"In 1920's New Orleans, Raziela Nolan dies in her lover, Andrew's, arms in a drowning accident, but "Razi" remains "between" life and death. Seventy years later, in a quest to find out what happened to Andrew, she inhabits the home of Scott and Amy, Andrew's granddaughter and her husband, and not only finds her truth, but also helps the young couple save their marriage. Taking advantage of Domingue's magnificent language, Kate Forbes's Razi is mischievous and earthy, not at all ethereal. As Amy, she dramatically portrays a contemporary Razi. In both women there is an intensity of purpose, a softly intoned romanticism, and, above all, a determination to live life to the fullest. M.T.B. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"