Three things about men:
They think dinner comes in a box . . .
Claire Willoughby, nationally famous lifestyle diva, knows
what it takes to cook luscious meals from scratch, stencil
a wall border from a grocery bag, and create beautiful
holiday ornaments from common household items. But then her
Number One Fan leaves her custody of a small, rambunctious
toddler, and suddenly the style goes right out of her life.
They never ask for directions . . .
And it gets worse. Enter, on a Harley, wearing ragged
jeans,a diamond stud earring and a black eye, hell-raiser
Ramsey Sage . . . the child's uncle. And though Ramsey
claims he wants custody of the little tyke, Claire is
plenty certain he doesn't know his way around a
nursery. . . .
They never admit they're wrong.
But she quickly learns he sure knows his way around a
woman -- those tempting kisses and scorching gazes turn up
the heat hotter than Claire's test kitchen on a summer's
day. He seems all wrong for her, but he feels so right. How
can it be that Ramsey, despite all his faults, might just
be perfect for her?