Fitz Tennyson doesn’t believe in forever. His parents have been through a series of marriages and divorces and have proven to him that long-term love doesn’t exist. When he’s sent by the editor of his magazine to write a story on Keller Wedding Consultants, he meets Summer and all the sudden his ideas of romance are turned on their head. Not only is the attraction instant, but he finds himself falling for a woman whose beliefs are the exact opposite of his.
Summer knows Fitz’s type. Cocky, arrogant, and most of all, a relationship nightmare. She’s in the business of happily-ever-afters and Fitz Tennyson definitely isn’t looking for long-term love. Then why can’t she stay away from him? When he integrates himself into her life, she finds herself falling for him—the real him. He’s everything she’s looking for except for the most important thing: He doesn’t want to get married.
When things start to get serious, Summer’s ready to run. She can’t stand the idea of a broken heart and would rather get out before it happens. Fitz is in over his head, but he can’t let Summer go. He’ll do whatever he can to earn Summer’s trust and show her the kind of person he’s grown to be before it’s too late.
***The Perfect Fit can be read as a standalone story, however if you’d like to know more about the Keller family, start with book one in the series.