They say the best way to get over one man is to get under another one… and another. And another.
I’m on the wrong side of my quarter-life crisis. Dead-end job, lease ending, and single af. It’s made all the harder by knowing exactly who the perfect man for me is: my super hot, incredibly kind, and extremely taken friend Austin. What’s a girl to do but drown her troubles in pinot and let her bestie open her an account on a dating app?
If there are other men for me out there, I’m determined to find them. Spring is for new beginnings, and Finn’s abs are a perfect introduction to dating.
Unless, of course, perfection is as overrated as my new app.
They say no one knows you like your best friend… but she has a lot to answer for with Dune.
As I follow a man named Hambone through a biker bar filled with ominous tattoos, impressive beards, and enough leather to cover the Rockies, only one thought is in my mind–
I’m going to kill Charlotte when this blind date is over.
But once I see Dune, covered in sexy tattoos, impressive muscles, and exactly the right amount of leather, it’s hard to think at all. The man has a bad-boy look that won’t quit and a good-guy job as an accountant. Even I can do this math: him plus me, minus clothes.
This good girl is about to get a little bit bolder in search of truth, justice, and a rebellious phase.