She’s trouble and I love it.
Millie Drake is supposed to fix my reputation. That’s the only reason I’d ever hire a woman like her: pretty in a quiet way, smart enough to see through my arrogance, and willing to call out all my BS.
I don’t need trouble like that. And yet when a business partner from my past resurfaces to try and destroy my latest venture, I need her help to prove I’m not some womanizing monster.
Millie thinks I don’t deserve it, but she’s fresh out of law school, her grandmother depends on her financially, and she’s too afraid to the take bar exam. I’m the only chance she’s got at making enough money to survive.
Except there are some minor flaws to my logic. Flaw number one: we start making out in my office almost immediately. Flaw number two: I want to take things to the next level, and she only wants to run away. Flaw number three: I’m the man with a thousand plans—but I don’t know what I’m going to do about falling for her.
Once this deal is finalized, I’ll have to choose between the future of my business or the future of my love life.
And neither looks like it’s going to be easy.