Happiness is a luxury Eileen could never effort. Not when it meant living her impeccably planned life and not when it meant having a gentle, sugary love story to tell. Being brutally and thoroughly raped to insignificance, Eileen Diaz is now a Chiraptophobic. A girl who is intolerant to intimate touches from anyone of her opposite sex can't possibly hope to find love, can she? But her definition of impossibility alters when she meets the devilishly handsome billionaire. Things escalates so wildly that Eileen can't help but believe in magic again. He changes her inside and out, brings back the bright, kind girl that was fading away, heals her in the most mind boggling way possible. She explores desires and intimacy with whole new definitions. But Aeson Reed has his own secrets to tell. Secrets, if unveiled and faced might shatter what is left of Eileen. Sometimes we remain so tangled in a delusion that it becomes our greatest truth, until the truth is revealed.