Celebrity fashion designer, Harper Jennings is only months away from turning thirty, and her dream of living a happily ever after has yet to come true.
She’s given up on her fantasy.
Personal trainer and gym owner, Maverick Jones isn’t thrilled about having a designer mentoring in his new clinic, but after meeting the brunette beauty face-to-face, he dreams of having his way with her.
He’s ready to turn his fantasy into reality.
But when their fantasies collide, love in the city becomes more complicated than they ever imagined.
I am drooling over Maverick. I honestly say that creating Maverick is ruining it for every other guy on the planet, they will all seem inferior to his greatness. He is real to me! – Renee at Reading Renee
I was lucky enough to discover the gem that is Steph Nuss on a blog tour for the first book in the Love in the City series, Wanted By You. From the moment I finished that book, I was eagerly anticipating this next installment. That’s quite a bit of time to build up this story in my head and lucky enough, Steph Nuss did not disappoint with the follow through! – Candy at Prisoners of Print
I have very quickly become addicted to this series, these characters, and Ms. Steph Nuss. This woman has earned herself a permanent spot on my ‘One-Click Addiction’ list and I don’t see her ever going anywhere. – Jenn at Bookworm Betties
Maverick Jones is sex on a stick HOT. He owns Jones Jym and has become my favorite charater. I thought that Carter was sweet and husband material. He doesn’t have anything on Maverick. OH MY GOODNESS. Maverick is completely swoon worthy and I loved every minute of his story. – Stephanie at Mean Girls Luv Books
I love Steph’s books, not only because she always delivers a good plot and great characters, but also because they feel real to me. – Janett at The Pleasure of Reading Today
Steph once again proves that she can weave something as serious as an eating disorder into her character’s past and allow it to be something that adds to their likability. – Author Adrienne Frances