In this novel, Marc and Lisa represent love in its most intense form. Their unbridled passion could be described as the craziest, most colourful, most lasting kind of love: both in bed and in their occasional heated discussions. They violated the rules of good conduct because all they cared about was how their skins loved each other, regardless of the place, time and setting. Addiction blossomed from their very first salsa. Seduction won first prize for desire and love flowered in a strange and delightful way.
Three little words say a lot if you take them literally. Just Love Me embodies many feelings, including machismo and the lack of affection in hearts all over the world. Like money, love is something we always look for. We need both, even though one sometimes gives way in the presence of the other.
The novel is based on a true-life story.