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Edie Barton is a sucker for tradition, and her favorite tradition of all is closing her guesthouse for one week at the end of May. One week of absolute solitude, to do as she pleases--and first on her list is visiting O'Driscoll's Travelling Fairground. Every year since her adolescence, the fairground has come to Killymalin, and Edie loves that little has changed.
Just as she's about to close up for the week, an unexpected guest arrives in the form of the outrageously gorgeous and very charming Rohan Kapadia. Edie knows Rohan is running from something, but she cannot possibly imagine that he is a mega-star actor in India's Bollywood, and that the demise of his engagement to the stunning-but-spiteful Neha Sharma has all but gutted him.
Tired of the malicious lies in the gossip rags, Rohan has absconded to Ireland, where he shares a magical night with Edie at the fairground. Unable to deny their burning attraction, Edie and Rohan embark on a passionate love affair. Their sexual bliss comes to a crashing halt with the arrival of Rohan's ex and a swarm of paparazzi. Edie must decide whether she trusts Rohan enough to disregard the stories in the magazines, or whether their relationship is doomed before it even begins.
Marty, a workaholic whose personal life has taken a backseat, rides on the last train home every night. It’s on this train that he meets the ultimate fantasy woman—sexy, beautiful and naughty, and she seems to enjoy toying with him.
It starts out innocently enough, but before long Marty is bearing witness to the nameless woman’s far naughtier side—a little cleavage, the uncrossing of her legs and then mutual masturbation that guarantees Marty will never miss the train again.
He’s pretty certain nothing more could ever develop between them; after all, he’s far too reserved to approach her and he suspects she enjoys the voyeuristic side to their wicked games. Then one night, she admits it’s her last trip onboard the train. She’s leaving town—and wants to give Marty the ride of his life before she goes.
He's fast. She's faster.
Lisabeth Baker is the best professional thief in the business and she's just acquired a mythical golden flute-the same golden flute her rival, Vikram Singh, desperately needs.
Life in their business is a lonely one and Lisabeth has been struggling to find a man who can satisfy her needs. Vikram is everything she could want in a bed-mate and she's willing to cut him a deal-two nights of no-strings sex, during which Vikram must satisfy her every whim and desire, no questions asked. He's the only man who's ever been able to match her wit and handle her acerbic attitude, and Lisabeth discovers that with each sexual encounter, her feelings for Vikram deepen further, leaving her far outside her comfort zone.
For Vikram, Lisabeth is the most infuriating woman he's ever met, which makes it difficult to understand why he wants her. The occasional glimpses of her softer side have him contemplating what a life with Lisabeth Baker would be like, and he soon realizes two nights won't be enough.