Synopses & Reviews
Jamaican-born Fire is charming, talented, and a man who's vowed to never play games again. Then he meets Sylvia, a beautiful magazine editor who keeps her passions under lock and key. Together they try to connect, disconnect, and reconnect amid conflicting desires and wounds from the past.
About the Author
A freelance copywriter and editor, Colin Channer has had his work published in Essence, Millimeter, Ebony Man, Black Enterprise, and Billboard on subjects ranging from popular music to economics and media technology. He is the author of the short stories "The Ballad of the Sad Chanteuse and "Black Boy, Brown Girl, Brownstones, included in the anthology Soulfires: Young Black Men on Love and Violence. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
From the Hardcover edition.