Josh Hardwick's life looks great. He lives with his best friends, runs a gourmet food truck, and spends his nights hooking up with every eligible woman in D.C.. But he hides his daily struggle with dyslexia--which holds him back from expanding his business.The last complication he needs is a relationship. Especially not with an off-limits friend who is dangerously hot...
Annabeth Vasquez wears combat boots because life is a war zone and she damn well intends to be a survivor. She's clawed her way out of poverty and is still in shock at her amazing new job. Failure isn't an option. So being distracted by Josh's playboy moves is definitely out of the question. The boutique job puts her in the middle of his circle of rich, educated friends. Annabeth can't believe they accept her--or that Josh wants her.
Dating a player always ends badly, and Annabeth can't risk losing her job. No matter how well Josh kisses... Her job's at stake. Josh's friends will kill him if he screws up and hurts her. But they can't ignore how long--and how much--they've wanted each other. So when Josh comes up with a plan to test-drive their relationship, Annabeth's on board. Will they be able to move beyond their complicated pasts and fears and discover love makes it possible to have it all?
This was a short and sweet read. I probably would have enjoyed it more if I read the other books in the series. I wanted to know more about the crash and little bit more depth so I’ll be checking out the other books. .