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Known: They share some serious stranger on the train chemistry. Tonight, he’s finally taking her on a date.
Unknown: He’s just inherited billions and plans to tear up his deadbeat dad’s building for some closure. And she’s the single mom living there, who needs to make way for the bulldozer.
One question: What could go wrong?

I’ve got one rule as a single mom: My daughter comes first. So when it comes to romance, so far, I’ve limited myself to fantasies about the gorgeous brown-eyed guy on the train. For months, he’s been the bright light in my otherwise dull work week. Our eyes meet, electricity jolts between us, my body goes to mush, and then we lose each other in the station and I’ve got enough to keep me going for the next twenty-four hours. He’s that hot. But it’s more than that. I swear we have a connection. But then one day he disappears.

Our big loft apartment in San Francisco is our happy place. It’s big and bright and sunny, and the one constant in Zoe’s life. So when someone moves into the top two floors and starts making a racket that keeps us up all night, neither of us are happy. Next, I get a letter that we’ve got to move out because Mr. Big Bucks upstairs is making our apartment into a home gym. Hell no.

It’s incredible, the way I can’t stop thinking about that curvy girl on the train with the sexy pixie hair. When my father dies and I have to go back to Australia to deal with all the legalities, it’s like she’s with me, providing the tenderness that he never did. I swear, she’s the only reason I got through all that. I spent years avoiding all the insecurities his abandonment created, but his death has ripped all that wide open. My friends say, I bet the two billion dollars he left you helps. And it does. A little.

When I get home and see her on the train, I know this is going to be the day I talk to her. It helps that she seems just as hot to see me as I am to see her after my month away. She agrees to go on a date with me that night. But when I realize she’s the single mom tenant from my building whose life I’ve been trampling on, not to mention the very same woman my father somehow treated with the kindness he never showed me, I know I’m in a whole lot of trouble.

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About the author

Daniella Brodsky is the bestselling author of a dozen contemporary romance novels—one of which has been adapted by Disney as the film, Beauty & The Briefcase, starring Hilary Duff. (I know, right?!)

She writes sexy, swoony romance with hot alphas, which often takes readers into far-off destinations. This is because she’s lived all over the world, from New York to London to Sydney and Honolulu. She now lives in Australia, and lots of her alpha males are Australian because let’s face it: they’re hot. And the accent doesn’t hurt either. That’s why she married one.

Daniella is an adjunct Creative Writing Lecturer at James Cook University and edits and teaches fiction craft at her Captain Cook Studio. A native New Yorker, she lives in Canberra, Australia, with her husband, two daughters, and a beagle who has eaten so many things she shouldn’t have, she’s lucky to be alive. Stop by and say hello at her facebook page at https://bit.ly/2MUr0RC.

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