At least when it comes to finding Mr. Right.
I’m tired of men that only want one night stands or blind dates that are nothing but awkward and uncomfortable. I’m tired of avoiding inappropriate text messages and the constant disappointment of always meeting Mr. Wrong.
After all these years of dates that lead nowhere, I can admit that it’s me. I’m the problem. I’m shy and picky and cursed. Definitely cursed.
So I’ve decided two things.
The first? I’m giving up dating and relationships and men in general. Maybe, possibly, forever.
The second? I’m going to have to try harder to avoid Ezra Baptiste.
If I couldn’t hack it in the kiddy pool of dating, I certainly can’t swim in his deep end. He’s too successful. Too intense. He’s all man when I’m used to nothing but boys pretending to be grownups. He’s everything I’m afraid to want and so far out of my league we might as well be different species entirely.
So he’ll need to find a different artist to paint his mural. And a different graphic designer to help him with his website. He’ll need to find someone else to glare at and flirt with and kiss.
It can’t be me.
We’re too different.
❝ Ezra Baptiste was one of the most intolerable men I had ever met. Arrogant, condescending, offensively good looking, he had all the qualities of a human I tried to avoid. ❞
This book was EVERYTHING! I absolutely loved it. This is one of those books you will not want to put down and at the same time you don’t want it to end.
After plenty of unfortunate dates and men, Molly Maverick has finally decided to to give up on dating. Now she’s focusing on her best friend getting married, her new projects and avoiding Ezra Baptiste. The man with angry, brown eyes. The man who had attacked her professional taste. Molly and Ezra are forced to interact because of their mutual friends.
Ezra Baptiste is a wealthy, handsome man. He owns three restaurants and is very successful. Now he wants Molly’s help with his website and he wants her to paint a mural in his restaurant. And he always gets what he wants.
❝ I don’t want to date myself. You make me smile when I’ve had the worst day. And you make me see the world in brighter colours and unique angles. You’ve opened my mind to my business, but also to my friends. I would be so boring without you. We are different, but in the best possible way. ❞
I loved their bickering, and there was a lot of it. What I loved most is how different they were and how that made them such a great couple.