Life's hiccups rarely faze Nicole. Splashes though, they freak her out, and men-? Well, maybe she's entitled to a few issues there. When she spots a naked prowler in a friend's pool, she panics and locks him outside. Unfortunately, the naked prowler is her friend's older brother Greg.
She should probably go ahead and add don't flee, to her don't freeze, don't forget mantra. Now she's stuck dealing with an understandably grumpy man whose eyes remind her of melted chocolate, and who, in response to an apology, accuses her of being as fake as everyone else in the advertising industry, possibly bitter chocolate then.
Greg hates playing pretend, always has, always will. So why did he offer to help his brother with this again? As for Nicole, for years, she's been tagging along with his brother to family functions that he's missed, slinking her way into stories, and even his childhood bed. He's annoyed that the attractive and problematic stranger is not the intimate family friend he was expecting. He should stay the heck away from her. So why do his instincts keep nudging him closer?
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