Trusting the “anonymity algorithms” Fantasy Mountain advertises, Emily treats herself to Blind Date weekend at the upscale sex resort. Her kinky side is a bit too risqué for the small community where she owns a business and holds a public office, so she’s taken herself completely out of the dating game. The guy she hooks up with her first night there does an incredible job of meeting all her needs. Breaking the resort’s rules, they prolong their scheduled two-hour date and spend the entire weekend together.
As he leaves the resort, Jase realizes why Emily looks so familiar. He’s seen her business card—on his desk. Then a business meeting puts them in the same room, and Jase does everything he can think of to convince Emily they should get into bed again.
Going public with a new boyfriend now would be political suicide, still, Emily finds it impossible to resist seeing Jase on the downlow. Each tryst requires more trust, and puts everything she’s worked for at risk. What will happen when their private play becomes public knowledge?