#NewRelease: Perfect on Paper @AuthorKristina Knight
"I'm sorry I gave you such a hard time about finding the right guy. The partners will be so caught up in their own dates, no one will notice me."
Nick had his doubts about that. From the way Howard put himself between Nick and Daisy's door, he had a feeling her boss would keep a close eye on them. But Daisy didn't need that kind of worry.
"Did you really send Joe back because he drove a Smart Car?"
"I don't have a death wish, Nick," she said wryly. "Other than the trip to the airport, when is the last time you drove on the San Diego freeway?"
"Point taken. And Andrew?"
"I need complete silence when I sleep, and his voice was very nasally. I thought he had a bad cold and offered him some orange juice, but he insisted he was fine. That leaves adenoidal issues."
Nick chuckled. He'd never paid attention to Sam's voice, but now that he thought about it, he did sound a bit stuffed up most of the time. Maybe he should set up a specialist appointment. "Mitch?"
"Mitch of the Callused Hands?" She raised her eyebrows. "I just had a manicure."
"Right." He bit back a smile when Daisy held up her perfectly manicured, blue-painted fingernails.
"And if you weren't desperate, what would my crime against dating have been?"
Her brown gaze shuttered, but not before a little flash of something crossed her pretty eyes. A flash that made his stomach muscles clench.
"Nothing," she said finally. "You're perfect. On paper."
About Perfect on Paper:
Nicholas Vega started ManServants as a way to make extra cash in college; five years later, his business is bigger than he ever imagined. And it's in trouble. An angry ex-client wants to sue because one of his employees didn't sleep with her. To keep things going, Nick takes on a client of his own - his best friend Daisy MacIntosh.
Daisy needs a boyfriend in a bad way. Her current boss - and ex-lover - has planned a retreat and makes no bones about wanting her back in his bed, at least for the weekend. Daisy wants a barrier between them, and an on-paper boyfriend seems like the best idea.
The problem? Once they're playing at being in love, their fictional relationship might blow their real life friendship out of the water.