Yet here Jessica was, unexpectedly attracted to Cutter!Aimee Carson has written a tortured heroine in Jessica with a shattered past as well as a tortured hero.Cutter might not think he needs her help to flirt successfully, but her professional radar says otherwise... I had a problem with the heroine because at least the hero knew where his issues came from, his father's abandonment and mother's disregard and he acknowledged them.But this battle of the sexes gets complicated by an intense, sizzling attraction! The heroine is a divorcee and runs an online dating business and ropes in the hero for a good cause.Highly rec This was my first book by Aimee Carson and I can sum it up in one word: WOW!
She still despite her parent's divorce and her's is on the quest for the perfect man and she could be annoying with this belief that she knew best.
Participating in a celebrity dating competition, where his every text is analysed to death, is his worst nightmare! Divorcee Jessica Wilson has built her life – and her dating service!
– on the premise that communication is the key to happiness. He was a top race car driver who had a crash a few months ago that ended his career and he has no memory of it.
She was a do gooder, with her self help books and divorce support groups and telling the hero that he had problems when she had not even confronted her own.
I liked it when the hero told her the reason she never found the perfect guy was because he didn't exist and that the reason she was messed up was because of her parent's divorce and that she should look closer to why her marriage failed.