The first thing Jaya ever learned from life: work hard and never get attached to someone else. So what's a woman to do when she ends up living next door to a sexy underwear model who sticks to her like gum on a shoe?
Twenty-five-year-old novelist Jaya Lahiri knows exactly what she wants from life: to be a respected social scientist. When her former one-night stand, TV host Trevor Williams, invites her to appear on his late-night talk show, Jaya jumps at the chance to promote her latest book, #PicturePerfect, a critique of the fashion industry.
But things don't go exactly as planned: Fear of flying is a bitch and Jaya's had one too many Xanax. Sedatives and high heels? Not really a good combo either. And why hadn't Trevor warned her that those sneaky producers invited supermodel Noah Santino on the show to spur a heated debate?
When Jaya trips on stage and nearly lands face first in Noah's lap, she can't help but entertain certain fantasies, those in which she's jumping him---and it's not at his throat.
There's just one problem: Hit it and quit it isn't cutting it for Noah. Sick of being seen as nothing more than a pretty face, he's looking for a connection that goes beyond skin-deep. Can Jaya handle a real relationship, or will going against her instincts just lead to a broken heart?
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