David knew about staying in control, about focusing at the task at hand. It was because of those traits that he was the CEO of his company, knowing that playing by the rules was how to get to the top.
But when it came to Lisabeth all bets were off.
She was his daughter Rachel’s best friend. Lisabeth was too young for him, too innocent. But that didn’t stop him from wanting her or ultimately making her his.
But being with Lisabeth would be wrong, crossing lines that could potentially ruin everything.
And yet with all of that at stake, he still knew he would go after her. Lisabeth was the only one he wanted.
She shouldn’t want him because of who he was, but that didn’t stop Lisabeth from lusting after her friend’s father. He was older, refined and experienced, and she compared all other men to him. And for years she had managed to stay in control of herself and her emotions.
But what would happen when they were finally together? What would happen when Rachel found out that Lisabeth and David had been sleeping together? Would everything be ruined?
But in the end it didn’t matter how wrong it all might be, because being with David was where she should have been all along.