What do you get when lack of sleep turns you into a raving lunatic?
The most embarrassing moment of your life.
Lyrical Rodgers lives a simple life. She manages a pet store, has a fantastic family, a great best friend (you only need one), and lives in the apartment of her dreams. Well, the dreams she can afford. The only dark spot in her rather happy life is her new neighbor. He's a jackass, parties all night, and has no regard for anyone other than himself. He’s also sleeping with the building manager, so he’s no help.
Fed up from lack of sleep, no sex, and extreme annoyance, Lyrical reaches the point of having to choose between confronting her rude neighbor and Thall Shall Not Kill. After checking where Thall Shall Not Kill falls on the list of Commandments, Lyrical storms over to his apartment and lets loose. (Spoiler Alert: she goes with confrontation instead of Thall Shall Not Kill).
Nixon St. James is successful, wealthy, good-looking, and comes from a great family. On paper, he's a fantastic catch. In person, he could benefit from a semester-or two-at charm school. A prominent architect and real estate developer, Nixon has it all...uh, his temper notwithstanding. Apart from his penchant for going off the rails every now and again, Nixon really has no complaints.
So, when Nixon has to evict his newest tenant and fire his building manager, he decides to channel his anger and frustrations into fixing up the mess that his tenant made of the apartment himself. With the help of his brother, they get to repairing the damage and cooling his temper. However, Nixon's not prepared for when a petite brunette storms into the apartment and gives him a piece of her mind.
When jumping to the wrong conclusion does its thing…
After Lyrical unleashes weeks of sleep-deprived anger on her new neighbor, she heads over to her best friend’s apartment (one floor above hers) and tells her all about it. However, as she goes into further detail, it starts to become clear that she may have cussed out the wrong person.
After Nixon gets the verbal lashing of his life, he’s not sure which issue to address first. How does he convince the angry spitfire that he’s not gay, not straight pretending to be gay, or not gay and having an affair with his brother? I mean, he’s been accused of a lot of things in life, but this? This is crazy.
Certain that she’s going to be evicted for cussing out the building owner, Lyrical calls on her best ninja skills to avoid Nixon St. James. However, certain that he’s in love and there will be no one else for him ever, Nixon does whatever it takes to corner Ms. Lyrical Rodgers.
NOTE: This book contains adult language, adult situations, explicit sexual encounters, and an imaginary trip to Minneapolis. If sensitive to any of the aforementioned issues, please do not purchase.