"Wrong never felt so right."
Morgan Cantrell is a survivor. After running away from an abusive husband, he's finally divorced and starting over, but it's hard. Of course he doesn't mean to set off the smoke detectors in the building or short out the electricity in his apartment. Mistakes happen. The last thing he wants is to draw the attention of his growly, moody-ass super. Every time they meet, it's like oil and water—they just don't mix.
Leo DeLuca learned at an early age that the people who are supposed to love you only hurt you. He's happy to keep to himself, but the walking disaster of a new tenant in 5C won't stop getting in his way and into his business. They can't even speak to each other without arguing, but Leo has to admit—it's kind of a turn on. That must be the reason why he can't stop thinking about the guy in 5C. Or wanting to touch him. But hell, no. That would be a mistake.
One kiss leads to an explosive night both men fight to forget—after all, Leo has nothing in common with the sweet kindergarten teacher while Morgan is looking for a happily ever after he knows Leo can't give. Yet it's Morgan who Leo leans on to help deal with his painful past, and Leo is the key to unlocking Morgan's inner strength.
Trusting someone is never easy, but it might be the only way they discover that everything they think is wrong about each other, could be everything that's right.
*This book deals with domestic and verbal abuse and contains discussion of past traumatic events