A renovation brings two men together who will find that unexpected meetings can bring about the most tempting of encounters. As the contractor works on getting the project in on time he also has his sights set on building something with the owner.
A Something in Common novellaDel Jenkins prefers to be aloneor so he tells himself until his younger brothers try to make him a playdate with bookstore owner Harper Hillman. Dels brothers just want him to make a new friend, but there is no way he can be friends with Harper. Not unless Harpers definition of friends includes jumping…
Leigh Masters is concerned the renovation of Masters Pages-his bookstore-will not be completed in time. He's losing his cool. A call to find the contractor he hired brings unexpected results. The man doing his project has run off. In his place Malcolm-his brother and the owner of the company-comes to see Leigh. The man makes Leigh feel off-kilter. He has his doubts about Malcolm's assurances that the job will be done on time. As the renovation progresses he finds it hard to resist the temptation of the man who is now in charge of renovating his bookstore. Malcolm knows what he's doing but Leigh wants to shake up his quiet, calm persona to see what he has hidden underneath.
Malcolm Snipes has worked alongside his brothers to build Snipes Construction, their family owned business. He strives to maintain their reputation of providing excellent work, on-time projects and being professional. He's tired of picking up the messes of one of his irresponsible brothers. Except this time, the call he gets from an irate client brings him into the path of a man who is fascinating. This time, Malcolm won't mind taking over the renovation, since it means he can keep an eye on sharp-tongued and sexy Leigh Masters.
This renovation is about to become very interesting as they each wonder what happens after the fall…
Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.