He was the last person I wanted to see on my girls’ trip, let alone share a room with.
Donovan Fitzroy is grumpy. Irritable. Annoyingly perfect. And as handsome as he is uptight. He’s also my best friend’s older brother and the one man I’ve avoided for a decade.
And for good reason.
So imagine my surprise when my bestie abandons me at her family-owned resort and I’m left alone with her brother.
After spending five minutes with him, I’m ready to drive back to Tennessee, but it’s getting dark, and he insists I wait till morning. As much as I’d love to tell him to shove his hospitality where the sun don’t shine, I’m exhausted. I can survive one night in the same cabin. Right?
Only when morning comes, Donovan needs help. With no event coordinator and the end-of-summer bash to plan in less than a week, he’s in over his head. I should walk away. I should go home and never lay eyes on him again. Between him thinking I can’t do it, and my former, very unwanted feelings rearing their stupid heads, I’ve got something to prove.
I’ve come a long way in ten years, and Donovan freaking Fitzroy will not get the better of me.