Julian Kelly, author of the book "Essence in A Minor: Rage, A Black-White Memoir," returns with a second controversial memoir about therapy. She describes the erotic relationship between patient and therapist using sensual evocative imagery and through masterful use of elaborately constructed metaphors. Julian describes her battle with mental illness, and the isolation that often accompanies the courageous effort to heal. This memoir openly blurs and explores the lines between hatred and love, truth versus imagination, and challenges our perception of reality. She writes a frightfully honest and spectacularly intimate look at the way we see and desire our therapists.