I’m not being cocky when I say I get attention from millions of women. As the Dating Guy on morning radio’s top L.A. music station, it’s my job to give the single guy’s perspective on dating, love, and sex, and I’m killing it in the ratings. The best part? I have to stay single (it’s in my contract) and with a faux British accent on air, no one knows who I really am. The mystery is part of my … impressive appeal.
I love my job.
I’m great at it.
I have no trouble getting a date or getting laid.
Until I meet her. Teague Watters. She’s a breath of fresh air, and I can’t stop thinking about her. As a rule, I always leave women wanting more. But this time I want more. Teague is into me, I can see it in her eyes, yet she’s playing hard to get. Well, bring it, because I’m game for the chase.
Circumstances deem I should keep my distance so I don’t hurt either one of us. But the fact is, I’m having a hard time backing off.
Because sometimes the thing you can’t have is the thing you want–and need–the most.