Sage Boyle doesn’t want to get married, and she certainly wants nothing to do with ultimate playboy Dominick “Dom” Duke. She has her own life far away from the limelight, and she doesn’t want her life to change to satisfy her greedy parents.
Dom has a problem. His father made one too many bad investments, and the company is on the verge of bankruptcy. So even though he once promised Sage he wouldn’t force her into marriage, he doesn’t have a choice. He has to marry her for the sake of the company and all the people relying on him to keep it going.
He has to make Sage fall in love with him, or all is lost. Women do love him, and he’s had more than his fair share of experience, so getting Sage to fall shouldn’t be too hard.
What Dom never anticipated doing was falling in love himself. Sage is not like anyone he’s ever known. She’s funny, strong, independent, kind, loving—everything he’s ever wanted in a woman.
When she learns the truth, is it too late for Dom to be honest with her? Or have his secrets risked losing Sage forever?