I don't have the photography chops to give a proper critique, but I will say that I do think this is well composed, judicious use of color, and I LOVE you've left the natural skin textures intact, specifically in the pelvic region where others would have shopped that out. This image is gorgeous to me.
+10 for not photoshopping her belly. I hate those "smooth" girls that look like mannequins. I'd write you a whole critique but i'm in a terrible metal shape today. Don't want to write something stupid. So just one tip: ask the model to loose the silly shoes.
The composition is strong, pose is alluring, hair and m/u and the lighting all work really well... but I'm wondering if you used a gold reflector to boost the radiance of her practically flawless might increase the pop. Perhaps a wider f-stop (with an ND) to blur the LA skyline slightly more.
It's a fascinating conception: the Only Girl in the World would be a modern-day Eve. She stands next to the tree of knowledge, but the Serpent is nowhere to be seen.
For that matter, neither is the Apple. It would seem that she herself is the Forbidden Fruit.
Yet the story in Genesis tells us that Eve tasted of the fruit first, before urging it upon Adam. That must mean then that Eve explored and discovered her own sexuality first, and only then managed to sedure Adam with it.
Or was the "Serpent" part of Adam himself? Who seduced whom?