Sam Jameson always gets what he wants and what he wants is his ex-wife.
Sam views the world in black and white—a strong attitude that’s earned him billions in the business world and an ex-wife in the real world. What Sam wants is to choose his own future, but to do this he must pass a test set out by his older brother, and CEO: onboard his wayward brother, Eddie. Sam accepts the challenge but isn’t sure what to think when he learns that the woman he’d love and left is part of the test too.
Trinity Jameson is a fixer. It doesn’t matter if it’s ugly furniture or an ornery employee, Trinity has the touch and she’s spent most of her life helping others achieve their best potential. But when her ex-husband comes back to town to prove he’s got a heart, Trinity makes a decision: She’s not going to fix his problems for him—no matter what his smoldering blue eyes ask of her, she’s going to say “No.” She’s determined that he’ll fix his own mess this time.
Before Sam landed in New York, his goal was to leave the city just as fast. But when Trinity saunters into the room looking better than ever, his desire begins to shift. He realizes that what he really wants is what he can no longer have: Trinity. Sam has no trouble stoking their physical fire, but hot sex isn’t going to be enough to heal the hurt he’d caused long ago. Sam isn’t going to be dissuaded by her new found emotional wall. He helped her build it, and now he’s going to knock it down.
One year after Sam’s and Trinity’s divorce, they meet
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This Ex Is A Cold Fish
Sam and Trinity were married for 5 yrs, then divorce. A year later they meet at the company headquarters where they are both employed and, by the way, the business is also owned by Sam's family. Since the divorce Sam has been working at the company's west coast office. Sam's brother, the company CEO, has decided that their younger brother needs on-boarding and has asked Sam and Trinity to assist.
Sam takes one look at Trinity and decides he wants her back. He really is clueless as to why she wanted to divorce him. He is one of the most insensitive, OCD persons around. One of the funniest anecdotes in the book is that Sam didn't know that Trinity had a pet (cat) while they were married. Imagine living in a home and not observing a pet! Trinity is totally opposite of Sam.
It would have been helpful to have had some idea of the family dynamics of Sam and his brothers while growing up. Sam was unlikable throughout the book.