Rachel Sirianni is a twenty-seven year old native New Yorker with dreams of becoming an editor for Equinox Publishing, one of the top imprints in the city. And it seems she’s finally gotten her foot in the door, until one wild morning turns her fast track into an uphill climb.
Unable to pay her bills, she takes an unlikely second job to make ends meet and finds herself struggling to maintain two lives—her own, and that of her alter ego. Kirby is a sassy, imaginative, and extroverted fireball whom Rachel had no idea was lying dormant inside of her.
Enter Joe, a larger-than-life, brutally hot writer with a heart of gold. Rachel can’t seem to control herself around him, despite the fact that she’s sworn off men until she can get her career back on track. Their backgrounds and interests very nearly run parallel, and the Universe seems to keep pulling the pair together—in every aspect of Rachel’s life.
What happens when two worlds collide, particularly where it concerns Joe? The ride of her life may just lead to love—or it could lead back to the drawing board.
Rachel Sirianni is a native to New York with dreams of becoming an editor for Publishing Company Equinox. While Rachel does not get the job she wanted, she does get a job with the company with the ability to move up. Therefore, she gets a second job to help pay the bills. Rachel was a realistic character. Her actions and behaviors were truly, what I would expect most to do in her situation. I can easily understand why she did not tell her boss everything about Joe from the start. It’s hard to tell good bosses from bad bosses in the beginning.
Joe aka AJ Pavon is a hot and sexy writer with a heart of gold. He wants a relationship not just a few dates with a women. I loved that he knew what he wanted in his life and career but at the same time, I did find it odd. Most guys while they do want a relationship are not as upfront as Joe was about it.
The chemistry between Joe and Rachel is blistering. I loved that fate seemed to step in and keep pushing these two together otherwise I think neither would have given each other a second chance. I also liked unlike many romances sex was not the core reason they stayed together and that they waited for the right time and did not hope into bed together.
I found this book to be well written. The main and secondary characters were realistic. Overall, this was a magnificent book. I hope that Rachael’s best friend Camille ends up with her own book. I would love to know how many men call a sex line for relationship advice?