David Rivas has no intention of protecting a murderer. Until the island woman who was suspected of murdering his grandfather came cross his path. He should have handed her over to the authorities, but instead hid her. He was deterred from doing the proper thing by her innocent gestures. He perceived her as a naive woman, carefree and silly, rather than a murderer. Worse yet, he found himself lusting after her. He is driven by a strong desire to unlock her innocence. How did he wind up desiring a murderer in the first place? Is it possible to find forgiveness and love after an inconceivable crime?