He was an unknown factor; she was shapely and smooth. He was vaguely handsome and had a bad attitude. She was trim in the waist line and flared at the hips; flashing black eyes of mystery with sweet chocolate lips. They were gasoline and matches, people of a dangerous breed. No yellow lights for caution, they only traveled at high speed. He had a hard body and she had a concrete mind. He wanted her everything and wouldn’t leave a thing behind. She knew the ways of the world and trouble was no stranger, she had the nerve of a burglar and was no novice to danger. They both had ambition to get to fortune and fame, but once they got started everything went up in flames. Her voice was provocative and sexy. Her legs were cafe au lait. She was secure in herself, she was master of her own fate. But he was different in new ways, a composite type of man, he had a short fuse burning and he didn’t give a ****. They were oil and water, the first and the last, they couldn’t slow it down, they were moving too damned fast. She had a boyfriend and he had a wife. It was a volatile situation, it could cost somebody’s life. He had no sense of direction, and she didn’t have a plan. Lost in a fatal attraction, things had gotten way out of hand. Wrong way up a one-way, they were headin’ up the exit ramp. Two planes on the same runway, two hearts lovin’ in quicksand. They were treadin’ a thin line between love and ruination. They were cheap wine and whiskey, a fatal combination. They knew it wasn’t right, but didn’t care about the wrong. Common sense said call it off but loving was far too strong. Didn’t know any caution and they weren’t about to learn. A high speed, high altitude act ends up in a crash and burn. Speeding along romance highway ignoring the highway signs, lost in a blur of passion trying to stay between the lines. Once they got started, an affair was on a roll. Romance became total chaos, they were no longer in control. Lost in storm of passion their chance to leave was blown. They ignored the warning signs and drove into the danger zone. They said, “It doesn’t matter. We’ve got to go for broke.” But they missed the detour sign and their plans went up in smoke.