Into the deep end
The corner of his lips tugged up as his eyes met hers, the conversation that had once intrigued him enough to pay attention to it, forgotten. There was very little he had to do to make every inch of her skin tingle and that sometimes frightened her, but it excited her even more because of that.
She knew he was dangerous - probably one of the most dangerous men in this room; judging by everyone's reaction the moment he had arrived. Her instincts told her to run as far away from him as she could, but for some reason she couldn't, and she was drawn to him.
He was like chocolate; she knew she shouldn't but her mouth would be watering and her tongue demanding.
And by the looks of it, he seemed to be well aware of the effects he had on her.
Anne Holden, a 1956's housewife whose life has gone down the drain. Though her life is exciting enough as it is, it had gotten a good injection of drama when gangster Jackson Ross enters it.