The Nature of A Woman

The Nature of A Woman

Through the Eyes of A Man

Book - 2009
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An intriguing psychological journey filled with memorable cameos of characters from Sylvester Stephens's previous novels, unforgettable erotic encounters, and a twisted yet realistic story line

Dr. Johnny Forrester is a psychologist, former sex addict, and brother to Michael Forrester, the steamy protagonist from The Office Girls . Desperate to understand the minds of his mentally disturbed female patients and validate himself as a doctor, Johnny repeatedly violates the sacred boundary that protects the doctor-patient relationship. He tolerates the blatant manipulation of a woman accused of abusing her child, allows a Pulitzer Prize--winning Nobel Laureate to make him her submissive protégé, and has an adulterous affair with a lusty patient. When two of his patients are murdered-- including his lover--Johnny is in serious trouble, and it will take his brother's help to get him out. Carefully researched and sensitively accurate in its portrayal, The Nature of a Woman explores the minds and souls of women diagnosed with mental disorders and the clinicians who treat them.

Publisher: New York : Strebor Books, 2009
Edition: 1st Strebor Books trade paperback ed.
ISBN: 9781593092344
Branch Call Number: Fiction
Characteristics: 405 p. ; 21 cm


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