“I want to spend the rest of my life working to be the man who deserves you.”
Avery Walker is damn good at her job. As chief stewardess aboard a number of superyachts, she is responsible for catering to every whim of both the rich and the famous. And no matter WHAT their requests might be, she figures out a way to accommodate them, and does it with a smile on her face. Even if the smile is pasted on. Her number one rule? Never EVER get involved with a guest. She has way too much riding on her income. An aging father and a disabled sibling, although thousands of miles away from her, rely on the money she makes to pay her brother’s medical bills, and keep them afloat. So she is always aloof, professional and keeps her interaction with guests strictly business. Until Hayden Wolf boards her boat.
Hayden Wolf may be a bit of a player. But when it comes to his company? He’s all business. And he’s about to land one of the biggest deals of his career. He just needs to isolate himself to get it done. When his brother suggests a superyacht in the middle of the Mediterranean, Hayden is on board (in more ways than one). He needs total focus, no distractions, and isn’t about to trust anyone. And he certainly doesn’t need an incredibly sexy stewardess offering to cater to his every need. Because there’s no way his brain isn’t turning that into something completely inappropriate.
Eight weeks. In the middle of the ocean. No phones. No computers. No outside communication. No touching. No problem. Right?
God the chemistry between Hayden and Avery is off the charts hot. And Hayden’s hidden vulnerability and Avery’s secret zest for life make this story even more delicious. Interactions with the other crew and family members, sightseeing and sunrises, every bit of this story is wonderful. From purely business, to fun and flirty, to down and dirty, this book has it all.