Can even the unlikeliest of dreams come true?
He sees a spinsterish misfit.
If the Guinness Book of World Records had a category for the world’s most boring life, Millie Stephens knows she would hold the record. After the plain, strait-laced personal assistant is saved by a total stranger from becoming New York City’s latest traffic fatality, she has a disheartening epiphany: her life’s highlight reel didn’t exist. Determined to step out of the shadows and take a walk on the wild side, she starts Millie-style – by making a list.
She sees a stereotypical thug.
That total stranger, bad boy Ian Brand, is more than the sum of his parts. Beneath that sexy, tattooed exterior is a man with a painful past who’s desperate to both hide and overcome his disability in the pursuit of his dreams. But his decision to bid on a large construction project could both lead to his downfall and reveal his secret.
Will Millie and Ian look beneath the surface and see there’s more to each other than meets the eye?
I have some mixed feelings about the relationship between our h/h but the whole beautiful ugly duckling thing was appealing since so many romances these days are around the perfect duo except usually the males who tend to be bad boys and so on. Although we get our bad boy the supermodel heroine wasn't the spot light. I liked that even though she didn't feel like it Ian brought that out in her and was able to make her feel as if she was. That's the kind of hero women want to read about and that's why I enjoyed this book so much.
Note: Received a digital copy in exchange for an honest review from the Author