So when she gets an offer to make a shitload of money, she can’t ignore her curiosity.
Beckett Trent is damn sure he doesn’t want a wife. The reclusive artist has to maintain his anonymity, but that makes it tough for him to have the one thing he wants more than anything else: a child.
Jaycee can give him what he needs without complications, because the last thing she wants to be is a mother. But the money, she can’t refuse that.
When she says yes, Beck believes his simple dream can become a reality. That is until she steps into his studio.
There in that private space, the lines between life and art begin to blur and simple becomes an abstract concept.
Warning: Contains explicit language and imagery. Suitable only for ages 18 and over.
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