As founder of Manhattan's most elite wedding planning company, Alexis has never met a problem she couldn't solve. Until her longtime account decides to show her that sometimes the best things in life are the ones you can't plan for...
Alexis Morgan has spent the past eight years devoted to turning her tiny start-up into Manhattan’s premiere wedding planning company, The Wedding Belles. Now that her business is thriving, it’s time to turn towards her much neglected personal life, and Alexis approaches her relationships like she does everything else: with a plan. Not a part of that plan is Logan Harris, the silent partner in the Belles, and the one person who’s been there for her since the very beginning. But Alexis needs someone fun, and Logan’s all business, all the time—except when a late night at the office ends with an unexpected kiss that leaves the usually cool and together Alexis reeling.
Logan has lusted after Alexis since the day he walked into the tinyHarlem apartment that used to double as her office. But the ambitious wedding planner has always been untouchable...until now. Alexis has made it clear that she’s on the dating market—and equally clear that he’s not in the running. But when Alexis finds herself in need of a date for her sister’s last minute wedding in Florida, Logan knows it’s the perfect time to show Alexis that there’s more to him than numbers and spreadsheets—and beneath the pinstripes and glasses lies a hot-blooded heartthrob. As Florida’s sultry days turn into even hotter nights, Logan’s out to convince Alexis that the fling of a lifetime could just maybe turn into forever...
“Why?” she asked, lifting his business card slightly. “Why would you offer this?”
He jerked his head in the direction of her folder. “It’s a good plan. Worth the risk.”
She shook her head slowly, searching his face. “No, it’s something more than that. Another reason. I’d like to know what.”
The other corners of his eyes crinkled a bit, and he gave a fleeting smily before walking back to her, crowding her against the bar.
For a moment she feared – hoped? – that he would kiss her, and from the way his mouth dropped just inches from hers, she thought maybe he wanted to.
Then his face turned, his lips brushing against her cheek instead. “Say yes to my proposal, Alexis. Say yes, and maybe someday I’ll tell you the other reason.”