There's more than one way to ruin a beautiful friendship.
Tech entrepreneur Sly has a portfolio of lucrative San Francisco Bay Area start-ups, but while his financial options are unlimited, his romantic options are anything but. Bored with the same old, same old, he finds himself spending more and more time with Cleo, his former piano teacher and current pizza-eating, binge-TV-watching partner.
Already divorced at only 29, Cleo's not looking for love - certainly not with a gorgeous workaholic who usually dates high-powered, MBA-toting supermodels. Although, come to think of it, Sly hasn't dated anyone in a long time. And Cleo isn't the only one to notice he seems lonely....
An unexpected weekend trip to Las Vegas forces Cleo to confront her past while Sly slams into his own demons and realizes he's his own worst enemy. What happens when they cross the line? And then move it, jump over it, trample it, zigzag across it, and forget where the line was in the first place?
©2015 Gretchen Galway (P)2015 Gretchen Galway
I love Gretchen Galway's books! This one is no exception. Sly and Cleo have been friends for years and they may be attracted butt they never act on it. Cleo things she isn't Sly's type so she pushes him away a lot during this book. Sly doesn't really know what he wants since he is at loose ends in his career and his love life and is afraid to repeat his parents mistakes. They of course are thrust together in a situation that makes them both see things a little differently but Cleo is afraid because of her past. It was a very well done story I enjoyed the match making antics of Trixie but I like that she fell in her own trap as well in this story. I am really glad that Sylvester got his own story I really enjoyed him in Mark and Rose's story. Tanya Eby did a great job again. I really hope there are more books in this series and they come to audible.
This is the story of Sly and Cleo, and is the 4th book in the Oakland Hills series. The tension between them as they found the courage to love was irresistible, and I consumed the entire book as fast as I could!
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