Stella Whitaker’s never been one to mince words. But on a flight to Paris, instead of sending a seat-chat message to her friend about the guy who cut in front of her in the boarding line, she inadvertently sends it to the man himself, letting him know in no uncertain terms what she thought about him.
Dominico Romeo has no patience for annoying women, particularly when he’s short on sleep and feeling overwhelmed. So when he politely points out to a woman in front of him that she’s in line prematurely for her boarding zone, he’s less than pleased that she lashes out at him. He shrugs it off, until the two of them end up paired together in a professional wine class that might just drive him to drink.
Jenny Gardiner is an award-winning #1 Kindle bestselling author who has published twelve novels, a memoir, and a collection of essays. Her work has been found in Ladies Home Journal, the Washington Post, Marie-Claire.com, and on National Public Radio. She’s the volunteer coordinator for the Virginia Film Festival. She has worked as a publicist for a United States senator, and as a freelance photographer, photographing such notable public figures as Prince Charles, Elizabeth Taylor, and the President of Uganda. She also serves as the volunteer coordinator for the Virginia Film Festival for five years.