In the Dark (The Wrong Bed #8)
THE WRONG BED
Brody Mikhailov was expecting a fruit basket at his hotel. But maybe a New York City blackout rated special attention . Like a woman in his bed. A near-naked woman who insisted that he had a very special date with her .
Too late he discovered what kind of date it was.
Cat Seabright had a "baby-making date" with her best friend's cousin she'd met once. But in the...more
Despite this improbable beginning, I really enjoyed the growth of the hero in this book. He goes from being a self-serving, attention-seeking, disorderly mess, to someone who can be counted on and admired. The heroine is not quite so likeable, but has less issues to overcome than the hero.