Serial temp employee April Johnson is absolutely nothing like her hugely successful siblings. She doesn’t have an Olympic gold medal. She does not have millions in the bank from a tech business she founded as a teenager. She doesn’t even have a place to live, not since her sweetheart deserted in the middle of the night– avoiding the rent, his three-legged pet dog, and her. Now required to move back home with her mother and grovel for a job from one of her brothers, April decides it’s past time she got serious about her life.
Zack Fain, on the other hand, has been too serious for many years. After losing his spouse to cancer at the age of twenty-six, he’s not done anything but deal with his consulting company. However when he meets April at a new task, he forgets he’s a stuffy fit who never gets emotionally included. She makes him laugh, she turns him on, and he starts to wonder if it’s time he broke a couple of guidelines.
Although April chooses not to get stuck in yet another dead-end relationship, Zack isn’t really like any of the men she’s dated before. This could be the genuine offer. This could be major.
But is either among them all set for the type of serious that lasts a lifetime?