“It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single woman in possession of a ramshackle house must be in want of a handyman.”
Just because English professor Grace Williams is a woman whose “new” house is crumbling around her doesn't mean she needs an arrogant, condescending man's help, even if he does look gorgeous in faded jeans and a tool belt. What she needs is a working bathroom, not a ridiculous crush.
Jake Burdette has no use for the university types who stumble around Willow Springs, with their noses in the air whenever they're not in a book. He may not be a scholar, but he's proud of the hard, honest work he does—even if he would appreciate a little more of it. He doesn't need Grace's pity, even if he does wish she wasn't so adorably sexy.
They're all wrong for each other. But Grace's troublesome house seems to feel differently. . .
Praise for Sarah Title and her books
“Sexy and made me laugh!” —Smexy Books
“A fast-paced read that provided just as many smiles from the humor as it did sizzles from the romance.” —The Book Divas Reads