Take your average young working man from his familiar surroundings in England's industrial north and drop him into Paradise. But Paradise has its dark side: it's called Apartheid. How will Ed Stranton cope with a society which cossets him, looks after his every material need, as long as he does, says and thinks only what is expected of him? Is Ed ready for South Africa in the Apartheid Era? How can he cope with the break-up of his young family; what will he do with his new freedom in the aftermath? A freedom which drives him across the colour bar and against the servants of the brutal regime. All he wants is love, he thinks. What he gets is something much more. Get inside the head of a young man wrestling with waywardness, guilt, insecurity, and love in its many guises, all wrapped up in the rutting lust of a healthy young animal. The male reader will squirm with its home truths, and every woman will see her man in a new light. Contains some bad language and explicit sex scenes.