But I’m not a total asshole. The women always know where they stand. They’re a booty call—nothing more. Everything out in the open. That’s my way.
Except have a secret, one that could ruin my career. A man who writes romance novels has to be perfect, like the men in the books. It’s what fans expect.
…and I’m not.
It could all come out at Southern Book Bash, one of the biggest author signings of the year. There’s only one person I can trust, one person who will help me do what needs to be done and keep my secret hidden from my readers.
My best friend and personal assistant, Rebecca Rhodes.
But when I ask her to put her issues aside in favor of mine, she flat-out refuses, quits, and throws my world upside down.
I’ve been in love with Dimitri since I was fifteen years old. Yes, I know what he is. I’ve never had expectations from him. He’s my best friend, and I’m okay with that.
Besides, I have my own secrets.
I haven’t left my apartment in two years—and suddenly my boss and best friend demands I leave my safe zone and accompany him into my own personal idea of hell.
But though it means drowning in panic, in the end, I can’t deny him. I have to help him. He needs me.
Can Dimitri and Becca heal each other and find a love they’ve both longed for? Or will an ex from Dimitri’s past ruin it all?