Daddy just took on a whole new meaning.
Rue Murray likes guys — hot guys, younger guys, older guys, all sorts.
So why did he have a one night stand with a lady? He’s kind of impulsive. Just ask his best friend Dusty. His impulsivity can get him into trouble — trouble like an oopsie baby on the way that Rue is about zero percent ready for.
Rue is overwhelmed, but he won’t give Alice up. What he needs is a nanny, and he’s running out of options. He’s on the verge of a breakdown when he remembers his reclusive neighbor, Erik. Erik is a sci-fi novelist with anxiety issues to spare. He doesn’t like people in general, and he likes babies even less. But cash is cash and with his royalties circling the drain … he needs it. He’s Rue’s saving grace.
Rue and Erik are as different as two people can be, and Alice is the unlikeliest of babies, but sometimes about a million wrongs can mix together to make something that feels very, very right.
He finally found his fairytale… or did he?
Hairstylist Dustin Davis spent years wishing for a prince but kissing frog after slimy frog. When he sees Archer for the first time, Dusty thinks his luck has finally changed.
Archer was it.
But their hot and cold romance leaves Dusty confused and disappointed. Why does it feel so incredibly right when he runs into Archer casually, and so wrong every time they go on an actual date.
It doesn’t make sense—until the day Dusty officially meets Archer’s identical twin, Asher, and realizes he’s been dating the wrong brother all along.
Two brothers with the same face, one very confused stylist, rollerblade tumbles, a photographer with a secret, and navigating through a new life in the city of angels — nobody ever said the course of true love was anything other than a wild ride.