Drew can’t believe the risk he takes when he makes a move on the speeder in the convertible, but she’s damn near irresistible. When their encounter turns into an amazing afternoon of play, he knows he has to keep seeing her, even if it goes against all the rules he’s set for himself.
Neither Emma nor Drew is in the right place to start a relationship, so they agree to keep playing as long as they’re having fun together. And they are having a lot of fun together, especially when Drew’s best friend comes to town. Two men, one woman, and a sailboat. A recipe for pleasure, but how do Emma and Drew keep their hearts from wanting more than their practical lives are willing to deliver?
Perfect Alignment can be read by itself. It is not necessary to read the series to enjoy this book.
KB Alan lives the single life in Southern California. She acknowledges that she should probably turn off the computer and leave the house once in a while in order to find her own happily ever after, but for now she’s content to delude herself with the theory that Mr. Right is bound to come knocking on her door through no real effort of her own. Please refrain from pointing out the many flaws in this system. Other comments, however, are happily received.