Sophie...has stupid awesome sex with a stranger.
New York City summers are hot and sticky, which only makes what I'm feeling for the asshole in my new building even messier. Usually, I quietly reserve my opinions for my news articles, but when Tony argues with me, he tempts me to give in to my crazy. I yell back. He smiles. Something in me melts.
It was only supposed to be one time, but we can't get enough.
With Tony, I'm a new person, brave and unashamed. But anything between us can only be a fling. He's offered a job in Rome. That's good, right? With a long history of unreliable relationships, messy emotions are a complication I don't need.
Tony...has a sexy new neighbor.
I've worked my ass off to climb the ladder at my company, even threw away my passion to prove I'm worth something. When they offer me a high position, I should be focused on my work. But no one's ever spoken to me the way Sophie does. She pushes buttons I don't know I have. Forces me to confront a dream I gave up long ago.
In two months, we go our separate ways. No hurt feelings. No misunderstandings. That's the deal. She doesn't need to know I'll be playing for keeps.
About the Author
A New York native, Ceri now lives in California with her two cats, Mercy, and Eugene Fitzherbert, who should be very thankful she didn't name him frying pan. She is a proud functioning introvert and lover of all things geeky. You can find her haunting the Twitter machine or posting pictures of her ridiculous cats on Instagram.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I adored this book. The book has a great storyline with characters you can’t help but fall in love with. The author will take you on a wonderful ride as you follow along with Sophie and Tony lives . From the way they meet to the days and nights they can’t stay apart, the story will have you in it’s grips and not let go. Sophie and Tony’s story is funny, sexy, romantic and their back and forth banter will keep you grinning if not outright laughing. It’s one of those books that once you start you just don’t want to put it down. I Highly recommend reading Sweet Disaster, you’ll be so glad you did.