To err is human; to forgive is against his policy.
Bailey Harris is eager to move up at Huxworth Packard. Her mentor advises her to network more after hours. But that means she'll have to reveal the reason she rushes out of the office at five o'clock on the dot - and it's not for happy hour cosmos. On the other hand, more office time means more opportunities to feast her eyes on the firm's executive creative director, the gorgeous, brilliant Mason Ward.
Mason sure has noticed the sweet, sexy media girl, but with a past that left his heart an echo chamber, his focus is on work. The occasional itch he scratches with meaningless, emotionless hook-ups. Though he's determined to keep his hands off Bailey, he can't resist when she makes it very clear she wants his hands on. They're on the same sexy page about their relationship - Bailey doesn't have the time, and Mason doesn't have the heart. But when meaningless sex suddenly becomes very meaningful, they find themselves in dangerous emotional waters.
Warning: This book contains a girl with a mad crush, a mad man with a mysterious past, secrets, lies, and shoes.
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- Christine Woinich as Iron Canuck Reviews & More
Love does not respect best-laid plans
I enjoyed this story a lot. Having two people tell this story was interesting. Scarlet Chase and Aiden Snow helped the characters come to life. This was Bailey and Mason's story, second in the series. Two people who do not feel they deserve or have time for a relationship find they actually cannot control things that much. Despite his reservations, Mason was a wonderful person but once in a while became someone I did not like. He seemed real as he fought his emotions, someone to relate to. I loved Bailey's determination and duty to family. Between the two of them, their pasts definitely made me cry as things came to light. I highly recommend this story.
I received a copy of this audiobook as a gift, and this is my unsolicited review.