A major best seller (the novel) in Australia, Perfect Skin is a touching, frank and laugh-out-loud look at commitment and what it is to be thirty-something in a post-Duran Duran age. Ten years have passed sinceJon Marshall's footloose bachelor days, and he's come a long way. He's a partner in his own practice, owns a nice house in a nice suburb and cruises town in a Beemer. But life hasn't taken the path ]on guessed it would back in his twenties. His wife died six months ago leaving him in grief and the single father of a six-month-old baby. Over the next few weeks ]on is forced to confront and overcome the challenges of back hair, dating etiquette, clumsiness with domestic pets, and more importantly the guilt he feels about his wife's death. But his daughter and the mysterious Ash are going to teach him something infinitely more important, how to love.