When Cassiopeia Barclay goes to her friends not wedding, she expects to have fun catching up with her friends then focus on her work as soon as she goes to bed. However she meets Samuel Tucker aka Tuck she falls head over heels in lust? Because in Cassie's no nonsense work filled world there just isn't space for something as silly and insubstantial as love, or is there?
This was a fun quirky romance that helps people understand what you see isn't always what you get, and being book smart doesn't equal being smart with people or your heart. This book also contains some explicit sex scenes if that's something you like or want to avoid.
I enjoyed this book seeing Cassie open up about things she has kept locked away for years and becoming someone new all because of Tuck. Not that how she started was a bad thing, but because of her level of intelligence (nearly savant level) prevented her from having many true relationship aside from the awesome foursome. Also you see playboy Tuck who had been severely burned by several people open up and start to trust again because of Cassie.
I recommend this book highly and I think most people will enjoy it as much as I did.