They say opposites attract, and Kash Bennet has decided to test the theory.
I’ve built my life to perfection—the perfect boyfriend, the perfect apartment, the perfect career planning celebrity weddings. But when it all implodes, the gardener at Longbourne is there with a plan to make it better, offering deliverance by way of his beastly arms, roped and corded with muscles, gleaming with sweat and peppered with dirt.
They say the best way to get over someone is to get under someone new, and Kash is ready to prove that right too. The plan is simple enough: let him sweep me off his feet and into his bed, and when my heart is mended, that would be that.
What wasn’t part of the plan? Falling in love with him.
They say there’s no such thing as perfect, but he’s as close as I’ve ever come. I have everything to lose, and it’s all in his hands.
But I was a fool for believing anything they say.
And I never should have tested the theory with my heart.
Staci Hart writes romance for that feeling you get at the end, like you’re standing on top of a mountain with a backpack full of hundred dollar bills. She writes romcoms because is there anything better than banter and grand gestures? She writes because she loves to create and she loves words. She loves books, and she loves stretching her imagination. She loves love, and if you do too, bring your coffee and have a seat.