Casper and Arden are drawn to each other at first touch. She gets all of his jokes. He brings out the fire in her. In a word, they're perfect for each other.
There's one problem, though.
They are married to other people . . .
Arden and Elliott have been married twelve years. At the start, their love burned white hot, but has since settled into a comfortable fizzle. The only passion in Arden's life happens at 4 a.m. in the prep kitchen of her bakery. Baking has always brought her joy, but now even it has become dull. Sensing the dim in his wife's spirit, Elliott suggests a couple's cooking class to get the old fires burning again. His plan does ignite a flame within her, but it no longer burns for him.
Casper and Karma are high school sweethearts. He picked up her fallen book in the hallway, and a week later he was picking her up in his rusted blue Dodge with the tattered leather seats. She used to find his humor adorable, but she couldn't stay seventeen forever. Now his inability to be serious has put a noticeable strain on their relationship. He hasn't heard her laugh in 8 months, 16 days, 4 hours, 2 minutes and 30 seconds. The silence between them is so loud, he can't help but count every blaring second of it. He decides to sign them up for a cooking class, hoping that his uptight paramour will at least crack a smile. Little does he know, he's just signed his marriage's death certificate.
Arden and Casper tempt the shadows, daring fate to bring their affair to light. The guilt is eating them alive, but being apart is not an option. They could sooner stop breathing.
Love knows no obligations or time. It strikes without warning and will not be ignored. It also will not be cheated.
How long can Casper and Arden have their cake and eat it, too?