“Are you always this offensive?”
“My apologies. I was merely surprised that a representative of such an esteemed society would stoop to trespassing.”
Zoe Lawrence believes that the end justifies the means when it comes to preserving historically valuable buildings, so a little trespassing doesn’t much weigh on her. Until she gets caught by the owner. If only he wasn’t such an attractive man, and if only she could make him to listen to her.
The lifelong dream of Aiden Rowe has been to build a luxury estate on a prime location. Now that he has found what he wants, he isn’t about to change his plans just because the historical preservation society says so. Not even if their representative happens to be a beautiful woman who captures his interest from the start.
But Aiden isn’t above asking Zoe for a favour: if she pretends to be his girlfriend for just one night, he will give her a fair chance to convince him to preserve the shipyard. One lie leads to another, and things soon get out of their hands. Soon they hardly know what’s real themselves.
But they know the truth in their hearts. If only they could make their heads listen.
Author’s note: I published this book previously in 2014 as Hannah Kane. It has been edited lightly for typos, but is essentially the same book.