Lisa runs the company left to her by her father and is all business. She needs to raise cash, and corporate raider Constantine, "Tino", seems interested in buying one of the company's subsidiaries. But Constantine throws Lisa off-balance when he shows up for their meeting dressed casually, cuts the meeting short and then shows up at her apartment to have dinner.
Lisa finds herself attracted to Constantine. Unknown by her, Constantine feels thrown by her and the chemistry between them. He opens negotiations with another company, causing Lisa to panic that he has lost interest in her company--she needs Constantine's cash to keep her company in operation. He has disappeared to his private island, and she follows him.
Lisa agrees to stay five days so they can "negotiate" but Tino doesn't seem to have business on the mind. As they relax on Tino's island, they get to know each other, grow closer, and begin a sexual relationship. But both Lisa and Tino carry emotional baggage from their pasts that makes it difficult for them to feel able to emotionally commit or feel deserving of another's love. Can Lisa and Tino work through the baggage of their individual pasts and build a relationship together after the five days on paradise?
The review of this Book prepared by Laurie Smith