Shontelle Damien, the black beauty from New Orleans, always felt like a misfit in Paris, the City of Lights. Her chocolaty-brown complexion and tall stature made her the cynosure of the crowd; girls envied her voluptuous body, and boys couldn't resist hollering at her when she strutted by.
According to her peers, Shontelle had it all: a perfectly toned body, promising modeling career opportunities, and a boyfriend who was the most popular guy at Drexel Academy.
Trying to make ends meet and pursuing a degree in fashion management, Shontelle felt like there was still a void in her life. She didn't realize this until she first made out with her boyfriend and felt that the emptiness could be erased only by seeking someone who was sexually mature, unlike the guys at Drexel Academy.
Brad Eduardo was a fashion industry billionaire. His exceptionally good looks and early success made him the most sought after youthful bachelor in Paris. Shontelle immediately fell in love with him when she first set her eyes on him.
In her pursuit of Brad Eduardo's attention, the naïve, young Shontelle Damien unknowingly set out on a path lined with obstacles. This is a story depicting sexual turmoil, betrayal, and deceit.