Attraction, huh? Well, that's easy. Attraction is a magnet. It's that thought inside your head that says "There's something about this..." You gravitate towards this extraordinary thing that has captured your attention, and the more you're exposed to it, the more you learn about it. It may bloom into something more, or you'll just lose interest and go find something else to be attracted to.
But, for sure, Ryan Nelson wasn't going to let Sophia Godfrey go, not until he figured her out, at least.
Sophia Godfrey has just started her career and she already has something to deal with: her boss likes her. Like, too much. She has always been told she is too pretty for everyone. Since she was little. But she also was told to be careful how she uses her beauty and who she uses it against.
So when she gets her first job, she isn't surprised to be the one who makes all the heads turn when she enters the room. She was really used to it. All of her classmates she has ever had did, and now her coworkers would too.
But what she doesn't expect is she's turning her boss' head too. Way a little too much to make everyone around them notice it. But she secretly loves it. Sophia had always loved the elegant, component and classy man Ryan, her boss, represented. He is all she has ever wanted for her.
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Ryan Nelson is an intelligent and careful man, but can also be very rude and a bit grumpy. A natural leader, grew up in an upper-class neighborhood. Ryan is in good shape. He is tall with pale skin, brown chocolate hair and green eyes. He's the most talked-about man of the moment, the hot topic, the admirable lawyer who built an empire by himself.
CEO and founder of the lawyer firm, Ryan was used to take control of everything in every moment, so when he realizes Sophia, the new arrival in the business, makes him lose control and unable to properly do his work, he's scared. He feels a wave of lust cover his insides when he's around her and her beautiful smile doesn't mix well in the equation.
"We usually know what we can do, but temptation shows us who we are."
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