We're both addicted to sex, just not with each other.
A busy emergency room is Julia Blakely’s safe haven and it’s the last place she expects to find her high school friend. The last time she was him he disappeared from her life, leaving her with nothing more than a note.
In his true bad-boy fashion, Scar Wagner arrives on a gurney, naked and covered in paint, but he can barely remember his own name. That’s what happens when your supportive buddies dare you to dance at the strip club you own.
As Julia tends to the predicament between his legs, past’s memories flood her and she can’t get Scar out of her mind. Fortunately she has a way to find him and when she does, it feels as if no time has passed between them.
Drawn to each other, Scar and Julia quickly forget why they decided to keep their distance. As their conversation flows, old feelings awaken and a need they’ve both denied since high school, grows.
But the past and family matters aren’t as easy to erase. As Julia struggles to help her mother, and Scar fights to shake off his father’s side business dealings, they fail to see that a familiar stranger lurks not far away.
And he has a plan for them both.
Join the hot doctor and the sexy bad-boy dancer as they fight past their misconceptions about relationships and try to ignite that spark they’ve always held for each other in their hearts.
Note: Suitable for mature audience. While Cheaters Anonymous is a stand alone novel, it is advisable to read its short prequel When Things Go Wrong.