Kandinsky's Shirt Button
What sort of work does the stunning Violette perform? "Paid Companion," she tells Arthur the quirky accountant, with a clever smirk. Enraptured by her beauty, Arthur plans to spend his life's savings on appointments with the dazzling artist. He looks beyond her obsession with the goddess Venus, he ignores the clues in her medicine cabinet, but how will Arthur react when he discovers his beloved Violette is a transwoman? Will his love for the beauty of her soul, a beauty she denies again and again, extend to her male body? Violette is, she claims, "About as beautiful as Kandinsky's shirt button." A meditation on the true nature of beauty and femininity, this erotic romance explores the spirit of perfect love and the imperfect human form.