When Trey meets his new legal clients, the stunning Michel and his equally striking partner Gabriel, he can't believe his luck. The rumour in the office is that the pair can be difficult at times; they have a staggering number of assets to manage and are elusive during the daytime hours. Trey settles into his new Parisian home, making friends and meeting romantic interests, but none so fascinating as Michel and Gabriel. There's something familiar about them, about their peculiarities, and Trey just can't shake the feeling that he's missing something important. They seem kind enough, if distant at times, and as Trey's life becomes more complicated, they appear to want to protect him. But what if they're the ones putting him in danger?
In love with books upon reading the first printed word as a child, S. Roit also loved "invisible friends" and the other world of her mind. Constantly told to stop talking to herself, and when not reading, in her room playing all the parts in her own skits, she had no trouble entertaining herself. She wrote a few poems, sang in a band and wrote lyrics, and enjoyed role-playing for hours on end. Often told she should publish, she began writing novels. She currently resides in Seattle, Washington with one husband, two cats, and the twenty or so people in her head she insists are real enough, with stories to tell.