Paul has everything - a successful business, money, looks, and age is just about still on his side - but he yearns for a relationship. Not with the secretaries, the business women with their skinny bodies and their shallow talk and their fake breasts, but with a real woman. Could Janet be that woman? She works in the same office building, but which floor? She takes the same elevator, but t often eugh. She talks to him on occasion, but never opens out. What has happened to Janet that makes her so hard to get? In a book that explores all facets of a relationship, Irene Prosser offers the reader in Smiling at You a -holds barred ride through an affair that is as hard to pin down as it is to leave.