Writing is Scarlett’s destiny, her purpose in life. If she could finish her novel. She just keeps getting interrupted by all the people in need—and animals and trees and flowers.
Like Cole. He splats face-first before her feet like it was fate. Kismet. A sign. He is just the inspiration she needed for her book. Tall, dark hair, glittering eyes. A surgeon sporting a super-hot, disapproving stern face. Surely, a smile lived inside him somewhere.
But Cole has no plans to get involved with anyone. Certainly not a sassy, hippie who thinks flowers have feelings. Still, somehow he keeps tripping into her, even when he tries his hardest to stay away.
That incredible urge to back her up against a wall and do things to her? That chemistry couldn’t be real. It just couldn’t be.
A meet cute, opposites attract, can’t-help-yourself, steamy romantic comedy.
As the eldest of the nine Adler children, Michael Adler has already helped raise his younger brothers and sisters. As far as he’s concerned, marriage is an outdated institution and totally unnecessary in today’s world. When he meets Analese Martin, she seems to be a perfect candidate for the position of “significant other” in his life.
Analese is highly successful in an industry viewed by many with skepticism or even scorn. Her husband left when their two-year-old son was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy. Since then, she’s made it a habit to steer clear of men. But when Michael Adler comes to her house to discuss designing and building her dream home something changes.