They call me the bad boy of commercial real estate, but she isn’t impressed.
Until a few days ago, I had the money, the looks and the socialite fiancée that kept my life running on the straight and narrow path to a legacy of success. But when a lawsuit threatens everything I built and my fiancée dumps me the same day, I have to get away from it all.
A temporary job as a building superintendent in Brooklyn might seem like an unlikely gig for me, but when it leads me to connect with Molly, the building’s newest tenant and a beautiful aspiring journalist, I realize this is where I really want to be. I just need to convince her that the worlds we are from are not as different as she thinks.
They say that he’s good with his hands, but that doesn’t mean I’ll give him my heart.
What was supposed to be a drink with my best friend to celebrate landing my dream job at a newspaper doesn’t exactly go as planned. When I learn that the hot guy I can’t stop looking at at the bar is the arrogant tabloid magnet Drew Anderson, I’m intrigued. But when he hits on me, I realize that I would never date someone so successful, rich, and cocky. He would never understand me.
Too bad I can’t stop thinking about him.
Imagine my surprise when he shows up to fix a leaky sink in my apartment. It turns out that he looks as good down on the floor in a dirty old tee shirt as he does commanding a room in an expensive suit. I can’t get him out of my head. But we are from different worlds, and I’ve been burned before.
The Super is a stand-alone novel with a dirty-talking alpha bad boy, a headstrong heroine, and a happily ever after.