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I have two rules in life:
1. Never marry someone you’re not in love with.
2. Do what makes you happy, not what’s expected.
I flew to Paris to spend my honeymoon alone after I left my fiancé and my life standing at the altar in California. I had my reasons and wouldn’t let a perfectly good trip go to waste. On my first night, I met a captivating man who was there on business and leaving the following day to fly back to the States. I knew nothing about him, only his first name. Our one night together left a mark on me that I’d never forget. Little did I know that when I moved to New York, he’d be the man I’d be working for, a temporary job that fell into my lap by accident. My life was complicated enough, and it was about to get far more complex.
One night in Paris. That was all it took to make my trip complete. She was beautiful, intelligent, and addicting. I wanted to stay, but I couldn’t. Why make things harder than they had to be? I flew back to New York and went about my business, trying to forget the one night we shared. Imagine my shock when I saw her standing in the doorway of my conference room as my temporary personal assistant. I had trust issues as it was when it came to women, and for good reason. She lied to me, and I couldn’t trust her. She was complicated. Her life was complicated, and now, mine felt the same. But staying away from her was harder than I anticipated because I couldn’t forget our one night together in Paris.