Her professional life would be perfect, if he’d get out of her way.
Vanessa Fisher delights in providing the flowers for weddings and other social events. Except when Topher Adams is doing the cake. The man is always rearranging her centerpieces and deriding her job. It’s almost as if he’s doing it just to get under her skin.
Topher can get along with everyone—with the notable exception of Vanessa. That woman brings out the worst in him. It wouldn’t be a problem if she wasn’t so good at what she did. As it is, they keep ending up at more and more events together.
Something has to change, and Topher is man enough to take the first step.
When he drops by her shop with a peace offering, he walks in on a tense moment between Vanessa and her mother. Agreeing to be Vanessa’s date at a family dinner is easy. Having her in his debt is just a bonus.
Vanessa realizes spending time with Topher isn’t so bad. Maybe they could continue the charade for a few more weeks.
A fake relationship with Vanessa? What could go wrong?
It’s not like they’re going to fall in love for real . . .