"Think of me as a man like any other."
So Scot Montague urged Helen. And she didn't find that difficult at all. She wasn't impressed by his fame; on the contrary, it only served to place impassable barriers between them.
What could they ever have in common, she wondered. They might be sharing a secluded villa in the Bahamas for a few short weeks, but they were worlds apart.
Helen didn't count on falling in love with Scot, a man so jaded by the manipulative women of his world that while he readily admitted desire, his heart was closed to love.