A cold-as-ice, stuffy banker has a secret rebellious side. A quirky museum worker who tattoos her mistakes on her body longs to walk the straight and narrow.
Ruthie Knox’s (http://www.ruthieknox.com/) About Last Night brings a pair of opposites together with a dazzling combination of fireworks and tenderness. Cath and Nev perform a delicate dance of trust and retreat, give and take. They’re all wrong for each other, but they can’t keep their hands off each other. Nev will be either Cath’s biggest or her best mistake. It all depends on whether she can be the key to unlocking his shackles of faminy expectation.
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“Tall blond man in an expensive suit, Financial Times under his arm,” she said, then added, “Possibly a cyborg.”–Kindle Locations 83-84.
When she fell, it was for the bad apples, the unapologetic scoundrels with funny stories, wiry bodies, and battered guitar cases. Not for guys like City. Not for men who were good.–Kindle Locations 182-183.
“Second thoughts?” he asked.
“Nope.” She’d save those for later.–Kindle Locations 522-523.
Cath cast her eyes heavenward in an attempt to keep up a good front, but really, how was she supposed to resist a man who came courting with junk food?–Kindle Locations 992-993.
Leaning close to her ear, he murmured, “I promise you, whatever we are together, it’s not a mistake. It’s too good to be a mistake.”–Kindle Locations 1050-1052.