Kesley Richmond is stuck in an undergraduate time warp,
stagnating in the same-old-same-old routine. On top of that,
her total dedication to an emotionally draining career is
leading to burnout. She needs more, something just for
herself—like a personal life for instance. All her college
friends have moved on, fallen in and out of love, married,
divorced. Done something! Except her...
And her complacent downstairs neighbor, Andrew Chandler.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it—that's Drew's philosophy.
His college apartment suits him fine, and his sex life is
one score after another. Though his consulting business
keeps him traveling, he has Kesley, a girl in a million, to
come back to. He doesn't know what's set Kes off, why she
wants to shake things up, why she's on this kick about
moving on, changing stuff that doesn't need changing. He
wants her status quo to stay right where it belongs—one
flight up from him. But to keep his sweetheart happy, he'll
do anything, anything at all, even . . .
SCREWING WITH PERFECT.