Suzie’s Mom told her, “Avoid three things to live a simple, sane life: men, love, and water.” Mom never made sense. When Mom says the love of Suzie’s life is a cheating bastard, Suzie doesn’t listen. One nasty breakup later, she wonders if Mom was onto something.
So love’s for losers. There’s always chocolate. Men are like chocolate—tasty, easy to unwrap. Yes, Suzie gorges. Sweet, salty, bitter, or just plain nuts, she can’t stomach any more. Maybe Mom was right about men and love. As silly as it sounded, even water.
Then Suzie falls off the marina dock right into Noah’s arms. He’s sexy with haunting eyes, a hard body. Suzie’s always had it easy with hard men. What’s the harm with one more? A chagrin-filled evening settles it. She’s done with men. She’ll never see Noah again.
But ‘never’ breaks rules. Noah’s back. He’s not only good enough to eat, but a master chef offering hands-on lessons. Soon more than the grill sizzles.
Could Noah and his secrets be too hot to handle? Suzie must decide if a man who’s lost everything is worth giving her heart—and her life.
MEN, LOVE, and WATER. Can three wrongs make it right?
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