My pupils dilated and my nose opened the moment she walked into the room. Radar detected danger on the horizon only to be obliterated by tracking hormones, overriding clear thought and common sense. My voice rasped razors and resonated so loud over surrendered vocal chords, that I didn’t hear the whir of the compressor refrigerating her words and heart. My usual heat died, spent fuel rods leaking invisible radiation, frozen pipes. Exposed to her freezing fallout, I didn't feel her frigid blade until It slipped between my ribs as I laid her down.