Strange is definitely the word for this. The setting for this is somewhat futuristic, IMO. It's more on the side of sci-fi as we're dealing with people who can basically utilize science to do anything they want, even change themselves into another person.
Dr. Addison Harris has a strange relationship with Dr. Shane Myers. Dr. Addison Harris has a strange relationship with Daniel Gibson ... A mega corporation basically owns everyone who works for it and pull no punches in reminding them if they get out of line. Dr. Harris is a brilliant mind with a daughter and pregnant with a son. She finds out that her unborn son's sperm donation came from a man she despises, Dr. Myers. Once Dr. Myers finds out about this, they begin a whirlwind relationship that is anything other than a normal love story.
This relationship, once started, is so unhealthy and volatile that I questioned how in the world this book would go on. It's laced with deception and meddlesome people with a few 'WHAT THE HELLS' thrown in. I really disliked it at first but soon found that I couldn't put it down.
One thing that bothered me was how grown the children were written to be. I don't know about you, but when I was 4, if I said something like 'so you could f*** mommy,' then I would be in the ground. I guess the authors figured that these are children of super smart human-ish people so this was a normal thing ... Uh uh ... Even at the age of 12 and 16, they were too damn grown and that bothered me but it worked for the book I suppose.
The writing style was rather confusing, especially when we went through character changes or time progressions. It was easy to get lost. I often had to go back and re-read something so I could figure out who's minds-eye we're seeing through. Other than that, it was decent and pretty damn weird, but I definitely recommend it.
IR: Addison Harris (AA)