The last thing a broken girl needs is perfection.
Love isn’t something Dez has time for. Simply staying alive is too much work. Even worse, the thing trying to get her is something she can’t outrun: her own dark thoughts. Three years after the incident, she’s only getting worse. Even the thought of casually brushing up against another person triggers her panic attacks, yet everyone says she should be fine.
They call her a survivor, but this feels more like a downward spiral – until a random encounter brings her face to face with the one person who might understand. Chance needs a miracle, and he’s decided she’s the only thing that can save his crumbling game company. Her, the broken girl with way too many issues.
She agrees to help but has three conditions. First, no one will touch her – ever. Second, no drug tests, because she won’t pass. Third, when she’s done, he won’t try to stop her from quitting. Those are her rules, and to Dez, this isn’t just a game.
Except he has his own problem. Chance needs contact to feel whole, and she can’t handle the idea of being touched. There’s no way this situation can work. Plus, if her secrets come out, she won’t be the miracle he needs.
But can her flaws finally help? Or is this game over?