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A down-to-earth carpenter. A Prada loving personal shopper. A Habitat for Humanity project that erects more than walls . . . 

The word "nail" has so many meanings: Ainsley's manicured nails belong in the Museum of Modern Art; the fashionista hammers nails at Habitat for Humanity. She desperately wants to nail Owen Phillips. Unfortunately, she mistakenly thinks he's gay. 

Owen's never-ending divorce has taken a turn from messy to downright vindictive. Yearning for the simpler things in life, like working with his hands, he joins a Habitat build. Turns out he also wants to work over Ainsley Hall . . . but the confusing bombshell flirts blatantly with other men. 

When Ainsley discovers Owen's true sexuality, their mutual attraction ignites, but he hasn't shared the extent of his divorce drama. If he can't disprove his ex's false allegations, it will take more than hammers and nails (and nailing studs) to keep their walls from caving in. Contains mature themes.

©2018 Kelly Siskind (P)2018 Tantor

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You can "nail" me anytime!

I enjoyed Ainsley and Owen's story, however I feel like it could have been a little shorter and less internal dialog with both characters. I would have liked to see more of their relationship together vs 80% of the book being the drama and back and forth. I wanted to feel more of the love. Great narrators! Still worth the credit in my book if not just for Owen! ;-)