".. It had been an education, - a delicious, dangerous awakening." Do we choose who to love or love chooses us? This is a very beautiful book. I will not go as far as to say that this can be big and be a literary masterpiece, but, I just want to tell you guys that this book is wonderful in its own way.The story focuses on unhappily married Caroline Wilson and young Sebastian Hunter falling in lust and love and discover how they need to be with each other despite the infidelity issues and felony that might involve them. They knew each other way back when Sebastian was only 8 and Caroline is already 21. The age difference between the two of them is quite alarming in a way that the story is gonna have some serious shizzam if not on the middle, but definitely on the end.I am standing on the middle of the balance scale when it comes to Caroline. I am not sure if I like her or not. All I thought was she was stupid to marry at such a young age and put herself on such a loveless marriage. I have very strong feelings for her husband: HATE. I despise the man. He thinks he rules over her. Caro was treated more on the lines of servant and his personal whore.Sebastian. I love him. He is a strong character. His parents are complete douchebags. I admit that there are times I am rolling my eyes so hard because Caro kept on commenting that Sebastian is mature for his age, but the dialogues he speak is a bit childish in my opinion. He's like a child who was given a stick of lollipop for the first time. He is really eager with the sex. That I am saying. "I want you Caro. I want to make love to you. I want to make love to you forever." Nonetheless, the forbidden affair made me excited, especially on the parts I swear I think they're going to get caught! Significant places such as the car, bedroom, motel, beach and bathroom will never be the same again. Talk about intense loving. "Two long seconds ticked by as we stared at each other. I don't know who moved first, but suddenly we were tearing at each other's clothes." The ending.. hmm. I don't really know. 1.) There was a lot of FOUL language. 2.) I love Seb even more. 3.) Donna? I think she's going to play a very good role about this. Yet, she was quite speechless. 4.) Caroline. My heart broke for the woman who finally got everything then lose it in one effed up minute. Starting the second book. NOW.