In "Obsession," a young male named Sean Willowbrook who works in the heart of New York has everything a man can ask for. He is making lots of money, he's single, he has a nice house--everything that makes a man a man. Of course a man who does well for himself can turn a woman right on. But when she gets too overly attached, what dramatic issue would that present for him? A new employee who came in from Brazil to the United States develops a crush on Sean. But, after one night of hanging out and sharing some drinks, he becomes skeptical of her actions around him that leads into a whole new different degree that reveals something disgusting and cold. Can Sean manage to tolerate the hasty actions that is presented before him? From the author that brought you "The Ballad of Sidney Hill" and "The Undocumented Struggle," unwraps a new tale in the mind of the reader.