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If Jared Foster had a dollar for every time Banner Morales made his heart skip a beat―the heart everyone assumes is frozen over―he’d be richer than he already is. He’s found success as a sports agent by always assuming “no” means “I’ll think about it.” And he knows Banner’s thinking about him. Her simmering anger? The way she puts him in his place? Foreplay. She thinks she’s won the game, but they’re just getting started.
If Banner had a dollar for every time Jared broke her heart, she’d have exactly one dollar. One epic failure of a night. After parting on such bad terms, Banner has no intention of ever giving Jared a second chance. She’s found success in a field ruled by men like him. She’s learned to call the shots and block them when she has to.
So she’ll ignore the way he makes her heart pound. Sure, he seems carved from her most private fantasies, but she can get past that.
She’s got her one dollar, and Jared won’t have her.
Here is the potentially sensitive content I observed while reading this book:
- Body Shaming
- Death of a parent
- Medical Content
- Sexual Content
- Terminal Illness
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There are possible **SPOILERS** beyond this point!