‘A spectacularly talented writer!’Julia Quinn, author of Bridgerton
From their first awkward meeting I was completely invested in Nick and Andy’s relationship. Nick’s grumpiness vs Andy’s chaotic sunshine was wonderful. Emma Denny, author of One Night in Harts-wood
Nick should have hated Andy…
When Andy Fleming turns up in the newsroom of the New York Chronicle to learn the business Nick Russo is determined to dislike him. Nick has worked his way from a rough Brooklyn neighbourhood to reporter the hard way. Andy is heir to a publishing fortune: he can’t type, he loses his keys and has never done a day’s work in his life…and one day he’ll be Nick’s boss.
Except, Nick keeps rescuing Andy: showing him the ropes, tracking down his keys, freeing his tie when it gets stuck in the filing cabinets. Opposites in every way, an unlikely friendship soon turns into feelings neither want to deny. But a relationship that feels possible in secret, seems doomed in the light of day.
And now Nick and Andy must decide if, for the first time, they’re willing to fight for what they really want.