When Cutter Lane skids his truck to a halt in front of Melissa Hanover, it's hate at first sight.
Melissa has always been the good girl, the perfect girl. And she's cultivated the perfect life to go along with her straight-laced image. Nice roommate, nice boyfriend, nice future. She's not looking for a change. Especially not a change which involves a cocky, foul-mouthed jerk. The only problem? Everything about Cutter makes Melissa want to throw her morals out the window.
Cutter has his own ideas about what constitutes the perfect life. None of them involve a designer-purse-carrying, smart-mouthed, rich, bitch like her. In fact, Cutter has spent years separating himself from a world like Melissa's, and has no interest in jumping into it all over again. Eat, paint, get laid, repeat. That's all Cutter wants to do. So why can't he get his mind off of her?
A white lie.
A hidden truth.
A growing attraction.
Melissa and Cutter must wade through all three in search of common ground and a love like no other.