In Paris, Sophie and Daneel make a solid couple. Nothing, it seems, can separate them – until the day when Sophie tells her partner she has organised a surprise trip to Bulgaria. Daneel refuses to go, but Sophie insists and soon discovers just why her soul mate was so reluctant to set foot in the country…
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