Sam Kavan has grown up learning to be tough, at least on the outside. Raised by her dad and two brothers, she’s always seemed to fit in more as one of the guys. Maybe that’s why she’s seen as either one of the boys or as a little sister. When she moves to Pittsburgh and starts at Eye Candy Ink, she fits in perfectly, and soon she’s found another family in the men who work at the shop with her.
Like everyone else at Eye Candy Ink, she’s not interested in falling in love. In fact, after a string of failed dates, she’s grown disillusioned with dating. She doesn’t want to go out with boys who send her dick pics or who text at midnight looking to hook up. She wants someone that she can rely on—someone who loves and wants her for her.
She wants a real man.
Then she meets Maxwell Schulz, and she wonders if she’s finally met her match.