Email Enticement puts the relationship between a Greek billionaire and a Dixie Darlin' on trial and shows why sending love letters by email may be more dangerous than hanging onto that blue dress.
On his deathbed, a father sought one promise from his only son - that he continue family tradition by marrying the lady he loves at first sight. Years of failing to keep that promise finally end on a fuzzy night in Vegas when Alex Angelis weds a Southern belle in a gin soaked act of rebellion. After settling unhappily into marriage, he rescues his wife's half sister from a precarious foster home and the promise he couldn't keep is fulfilled in an instant. No longer a child but not quite a woman, Rachel seizes his heart at first sight. Still, he honors his marriage and fights his feelings until he learns that his wife takes her lovers in his bed. Then he files for divorce.
Conscious of her youth and restrained by his conscience, he plays a waiting game by dabbling in romance in private until she gives him an ultimatum. To keep her, he must court her publicly. When he does, he is arrested for using email to entice her to commit sexual acts. Her consent would refute the charge - if only she hadn't disappeared. Now he faces a trial where he must admit the jury and the viewing world into his heart and his bedroom. Rachel's testimony would clear him, but where is she?
Lolita meets You've Got Mail.
This is a mess. Start with Alex meeting Lolita, wait I mean Rachel. All that other stuff about his father and his impetous marriage is backstory.
Then figure out a plot that doesn't depend on the police suddenly swooping in to arrest a guy for emails. You're really confused on how that kind of sting operation works. The police (or in that case in Idaho-the newspaper editor) are on one side of the conversation, the target on the other. In your case you've got email between two people. How are the police even going to know?