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Jonah is looking for a fling, someone to pass the time with while stranded during a storm. Violet is taking a walk on the wild side, by agreeing to spend the night with a stranger. They do more than have great sex, Jonah opens up to Violet and finds that she really sees him. With Violet's encouragement, he decides to stop doing a job he hates, and to take a chance on the dream he has long given up on.
The connection between them is so strong that they both believe that what is between them is worth exploring. But their lives are literally miles apart. Realistically long distance romances rarely work, so by acknowledging this they are being sensible. Should they even bother to take a chance?
I have to admit that I didn't really warm to Jonah. He looks for a bed partner, with the same casualness that most people would use to order room service.
Is this the beginnings of a romance? Yes, these are two people who clearly feel so much for each other that despite the obstacle of distance, they don't want to walk away and not take a chance and see where it can lead.
The two characters literally take a chance on love and any romantic has got to love that.
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