Anthony ‘Tony’ Joseph is now the CEO of his father’s business after he retires and is struggling. He has no social life and no love life. The most social interactions he has is with the one-nighters and with his receptionist Isabella Cohen, the one that got away.
His ex-girlfriend has a new boyfriend and he doesn’t know how to fix his slump. Pippa is still good friends with him after their mutual separation and sets him up on a blind date. Tony tries to refuse to go because he isn’t ready to date again but is persuaded to go.
Eleanor Fitzpatrick is a 20-year-old struggling student that avoids any interactions with men unless she has to. She works part-time in a popular coffee shop in the centre of town to fund her university course. Someone who knows her brother decides to set her up on a blind date. Eleanor is reluctant to go but her brother insists it would be good for her.
However, when she sees the man she has been set up with she wants to run away. Eleanor manages to sit down and the date begins.
Turns out, they have much more in common than they think.
Book 2 in the Midnight series.
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