This is Sophie Fletcher, my heroine for 'The Billionaire's Bridal Bet'. She's fled to the south of France, a place that holds happy memories for her, to lick her wounds. Her seemingly charming ex turned out to be a liar who fleeced her of her savings, leaving her with a bankrupt business and serious trust issues.
She's taken a job on the Cote D'Azur where she meets fellow employee, Luke (aka our undercover billionaire). Soon it's not just temperatures on the beach that are sizzling (LOL) and she finds herself having to rethink her decision to have a break from men.
The idea is that the conflict should build naturally as Luke and Sophie become close - his need to deceive to achieve his objective (be loved for himself and not defined by his money) should clash nicely with her need to trust the man she loves.
One huge Black Moment followed by some character growth and I'll have my HEA. All I've got to do next is write the thing (and also complete my languishing 'Maverick Millionaire').
Is it advisable to write two stories at the same time? I want to write them both and I think I'm a bit tired of 'rules'. I want to write for fun for a bit and I think it might be good for me :-)