Rory's life is a mess. After getting dumped by her boyfriend, let go from her job, and losing her apartment, she takes a chance on a new job in a new town. Things can't get any worse, right?
When the foundation of Dean Dawson's life crumbles to pieces at his feet, he swears off relationships of any kind and goes back to a life of bachelorhood, loving and leaving different women every night.
After dodging what could possibly be the world's worst blind date, Rory finds herself face to face with Dean—a temptation she knows she should avoid. It's just one night, and there's no harm in having a little fun.
They say when you hit rock bottom the only way to go is up, but nothing is ever that simple.
Loved the characters and the first person perspective isn’t too annoying (I usually hate that). It was the foibles of the principle characters that drew me in. The only predictable thing about the story was the ex showing up. Had to skim over some of that. But great ending.
I loved it! Just enough description, sex, and just enough drama.
The last 6 chapters made this book interesting, otherwise it was like I need to scotch tape my eyeballs open. So boring! I planned on rating it a 2, but the last few chapters made it a 3.