At Genevieve Duke's first university party, she makes the mistake of drunkenly stumbling into the dangerous, attractive bad boy's bedroom and straddling him, desiring to get her first kiss out of the way.
After the humiliating night before, Genevieve wishes to forget her drunken bravery and continue her goody-two-shoes life. But everywhere she goes, she runs into the egotistical, arrogant, hot-headed Darien Wilde and she finds she either wants to kick his manhood or lock lips. He warns her to stay away but she's tired of being the good girl, of listening to authority and in this case, Darien's the dangerous force threatening her to stay in line.
The more he tells her to stay out of his world, the more drawn she is to him and his world. The chaos, the booze, the sex, the fights. She's not quite sure who's seducing whom anymore. As she breaks down his high walls, she sees something beyond his inked skin, beyond his scarred knuckles. But will he let her in?
She's never played with fire before and with Darien's powerful flames, she's bound to be burned.
But she doesn't know the extent of how truly dangerous he is.