'Kat Chalmers is a high achiever. As the co-host of a leading current affairs program, she’s earned nationwide acclaim for her interview skills. And now she plans to use those skills to find out more about her mysterious neighbour, Matt Goodridge.
'Matt works long hours as an obstetrician and doesn’t like talking about his past. He’s also intrigued by his famous neighbour, although getting to know her is difficult when she prefers to be the one asking the questions.
'But Kat can’t seem to stay away. Matt’s like no one she’s ever met and she finds herself letting her guard down. Meanwhile, Matt is discovering that the woman behind the carefully crafted television persona is entirely different to who he thought she was.
'When Matt learns Kat has secrets of her own to hide, he begins to wonder if some secrets are too good to keep . . . even if it means risking your heart and your professional reputation.'
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'SHE’S GOT THREE MONTHS TO MAKE HIM A BETTER MAN . . . BUT WHAT IF HE’S PERFECT ALREADY?
'Jessica Jinks has got it made—as the face of her online fitness brand, her business is going from strength to strength. Especially if she can transform Ant Monticello, comedian and co-host of an evening current affairs show, from unfit to ripped in three months.
'Ant knows he’s not Jess’s type. Not surprising when he considers walking down the street to pick up fast food to be cardio exercise. But he does make her laugh, and he’s determined to turn himself into the man she wants.
'With the whole country watching, Jess knows Ant is strictly off limits and the success of her business relies on keeping things professional. Even if he makes her pulse race in the best way possible '. . .
'But when Ant starts to change—and not in a good way—Jess finds herself questioning not only her business, but her heart, too. Was Ant perfect just the way he was, even if he didn’t think so?'
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'Em Georgiou looks like the sort of girl you take home to your family. But she’s got a PhD to finish and a career to kick-start first. And besides, Em likes men too much to settle down—much to her father’s exasperation.
'Joel Scott doesn’t do relationships. He’s too focused on his architecture business. So when his hard-to-please, cut-throat developer client suggests that he ‘gets to know’ his daughter Em, Joel is prepared to add the spoiled daddy’s girl to his to-do list for the sake of his career.
'Except Em is way more capable than her father gives her credit for. And she’s certainly not the type of woman you strike off your to-do list.
'Can Joel convince Em that he’s not just trying to impress her father? Or that you can fall in love when you don’t want to… even if it involves facing up to a dark past you’d rather forget?'
Source : publisher's blurb