When well heeled, Veronique meets bank teller Murray the farthest thing on her mind is falling in love. Her visa is expiring, her late father had enemies now looking for her, and she needed an instant relief from pending deportation. The only attraction Veronique has with Murray is his citizenship and willingness to be rented for a year. She doesn’t want love; he doesn't know how to love anyone, she has a sultry cat, Ava, he has Harold, an energized dog, she’s rich, and he has fifty-two dollars saved. It is the perfect temporary union until things go wrong. She has only one rule, “don’t touch me.” He gets drunk and breaks the rules. She sends him a thousand miles away believing everything is in order until it’s not. Feelings get hurt; promises ignored, the law steps in, and then the entirety of their cordial understanding falls apart.
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Published March 21, 2013
by Spectro-Media Publishing/CreateSpace.
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