Her every move was being caught on camera.
She's found the love of her life, it's definite this time. Handsome, charming, kind, generous to a fault, he's perfect. No mistake, he's the love of her life and she can't wait to meet him. Yes, infatuation, disguised as love, strikes as regular as a clock in the dating game. Does it matter? Not at all for starry eyed lovers; time will decide the extent of their relationship. However, when one half of the alliance is an experienced dating game con-man it can become a matter of some urgency.His fake persona and her naive impatience to fall in love will be enough for his carefully detailed plan to work.
To be fair to Melody, the girl who suffers in this encounter, his deceit was extremely difficult to spot. Initially, he was everything she could have wished for and life seemed wonderful. After picking her up at the airport he whisked her to an exclusive hotel where they wined dined and made love. It was a week of luxury, and Melody was not asked for a single penny. In fact she became so embarrassed that she insisted on paying towards their immense bar bill.
Leaving the hotel, they headed to a famous English music festival that Melody had always dreamt of attending. She was having a fabulous time and had fallen madly in love. But things became a little strange on the final day when her lover disappeared along with every last cent she had. Melody could not possibly have known what was happening in the hotel or at the festival. Read 'Sweet Melody' and discover what was actually taking place. You certainly won't feel any affection for Melody's lover, but you do need to be aware of him.
Melody could not escape the hidden eyes.
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