Nothing is more awkward than waking up next to a woman whose name you can’t remember...
Navy SEAL Trick Novak knows he needs to find a better way to deal with his chronic insomnia, but a warm body and a ready smile work just fine. Until he meets Gaby Ellis, and discovers she's roommates with last night's hook-up--and thoroughly disgusted with his player ways.
Except maybe falling in love with one who'd rather not know yours.
When awkward meetings turn into an attraction, with the least likely person you expected to...
Navy SEAL Trick is a bit of a player, he doesn't take names or do future dates, he doesn't date at all, so not interested in a relationship or being boyfriend material.
Gaby feels like she is being a prune, when she only has relationships and intimacy with guys she might be in love with. Until Trick.
As the attraction between them grows, and they both admit they do want to see each other, they make their own rules of non-dating, and try to stick to them, no matter how hard it is, pun intended. The conflict in their relationship comes from the fact, that the first time they met, Trick was walking out of her roommate's bedroom. But slowly they build something unique, that is raw and real between them. The obstacle of the demands of his job is talked about, and handled rather painlessly.
It is a sweet, passionate, and straightforward story of a relationship, that started in a bit weird situation, develops, and finds its happy ending.
~ Three Spoons
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