Trinity Green is Little Miss Perfect. Her makeup is never smudged; not a hair on her head would dare be out of place. She has a good enough relationship with her husband, Harper, yet she dreams of having the same kind of adoring, passionate marriage her best friend, Faith, has. Then one day she comes home early to find Harper having all-too-passionate sex with another woman--one who's decidedly not perfect--in her own home.
Trinity's had enough of being perfect. She's going to get a job and eat dessert. When she spends the first night in a hotel after finding Harper with his other woman, she decides to indulge in a little personal pleasure, too. The businessman next door overhears her, however, and falls immediately in love with her voice. Surprising the both of them, he asks to watch her--and she agrees, kicking off weeks of passionate encounters. She knows who he is, but he knows her only as his Jezebel. Every time he approaches the idea of wanting more from her she flees the scene, and he has no idea of where to find her.
This was well written and enjoyable. My reduction of a star is due to the lack of emphathy with Trinity. I felt more for the man watching than for her.