I find this collection very mixed. A few photos seem especially striking, evn disturbing - the woman folded into a shopping cart comes to mind. Other pictures provoke thought, like the nude woman surrounded by clothed men - looking at the picture, she seems to be the one at ease, in a position of strength. Many images, however, come across just as enjoyable images of women's figures, always an easy thing to enjoy.
The collection stands out, though, for its selection of models. They aren't all the twenty-something, Euro, thin stereotype so common in figure photography. Some are well past their twenties, but still happy in themselves and well worth being admired. Some display the special charms of Asian or African features and figures. And some are well outside any range that could be called "thin." The all have something unique to offer, though, and Rankin works to bring that out.
I wouldn't call this a "must have" for any collection or the most challenging to the viewer, but an easy one to enjoy. I fault it only for some of the page layouts: putting the central feature in the fold of a two-page spread does nothing for the art or for the viewer.