"Tóso ómorfi." someone growled behind me.
My heart jolted with shock in my chest as I shrieked and whirled around.
An imposing man stood behind me, his black eyes full of desire. Dressed in a sleek black tuxedo, his tanned skin complimented his square jaw and straight nose. He was clean shaven and I could smell his Armani aftershave from where I was standing. He was a real life Adonis. In less than two steps, he hadstrode toward me until he was right in front of my face, gripping my chin hard, before he fiercely melded his lips to mine.
I was paralyzed.
Why was he in the women's toilets?"
Frances Hayward, a journalist known for her ice queen demeanour, despite her popular articles discussing the do's and don'ts of romance as alter ego Valerie D'Voire, is cursed with the burden of having to have her emotions under control after an accident in her past. Keeping her feelings dorment is natural for Frances, but tensions run high and remaining in control proves difficult when she meets the Greek bachelor Mr Krieos.