Jackson Davis is in a panic. Seven years ago he sent a manuscript to an editor as a joke. Now he’s becoming a famous romance writer under the pen name JD Emerson, and his editor wants him to go on a tour, including an interview on a day time talk show. The problem? He let everyone think he’s a woman writer.
Katie Sutton is just not making it in life. Her car is an oil gulping rust bucket, her hours are being reduced at the daycare center where she works, plus her rent has gone up. She’s always had a crush on Jackson, her friend Trent’s older brother but he sees her as he always has, Trent’s buddy.
Katie might just be the perfect answer to his problems if Jackson can get her to accept a position to pose as his pen name and do the tour for him. She could be the face of his muse. From mishaps, writer’s block and stage fright, Jackson and Katie are spending a lot of time together. For the first time Jackson is really looking at Katie. What he sees makes him think of taking the romance off the paper and into reality