This is a preview of Thursday's review of The Best Light by Paul L. Madden. That book features a sort of May-December romance between a jaded nature photographer and a young girl. It's not really that sexual, though, in case you were getting creeped out.
Here's the jaded middle-aged nature photographer, Frank Hemsky:
Here's the young girl component, Anna Swinton. From her name she might sound white, but she's not really. She's half-Hispanic and takes more after her daddy, whoever he was.
Anyway, I'm sure the PC Police will come after me now because I said she's hot and half-Hispanic. If you really think I can't say that then you'd fit right in with Vonnegut's "Harrison Bergeron" short story; the same concept was also used in "The Sirens of Titan" where political correctness runs amok in an attempt to make everyone "equal."
Tomorrow Sean Connery storms a crime scene!