Asher Reddick isn’t a bad guy. He just knows what he wants in life, and he goes after it. And sometimes that doesn’t go over so well with the people he’s wronged. It’s also why he doesn’t have a girlfriend. He learned years ago that monogamy wasn’t for him. So when he runs into Presley Grant, the best friend of his ex-girlfriend, he realizes that what he fantasized about years ago might actually be able to come true – if Presley can look past the fact that he hurt her friend and that he isn’t looking for more than one fun night.
Presley and Asher couldn’t be more different, but something keeps drawing them together. She doesn’t want to be attracted to him, and he knows he isn’t the guy for her, but none of that seems to matter when neither can stop thinking about the other. Of course, no one in Presley’s life knows about Asher, and she intends to keep it that way – at least until she realizes that if she wants to be happy in life, she’s going to have to face some hard truths. And falling for a guy who’s completely wrong for her might be the hardest thing she has to face.
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