She wants freedom, but Caroline's chemistry with her alien captor is more than she can resist.
Caroline vanishes every few years. Two weeks later, she wakes up in her own bed, oblivious to where she’s been, but plagued by dreams of a man with huge, kind eyes.
Repairing air domes saves lives. It’s a hero’s job, but a lonely one. So Dae purchased smart, beautiful Caroline as his personal companion. Every few years he retrieves her for a much-needed sabbatical, then safely sends her back home. When Dae collects her this time, though, her memory doesn’t return, and she cannot accept that he technically owns her.
She’s drawn to him in every way, but Caroline simply can't be someone's property. She wants a choice, so Dae gives her one: spend two weeks with him, and if she still feels owned, he'll set her free.
Bound by convention, consumed with desire—will love, or reason, prevail?