Sugar Laine impressed me with her positive attitude and resiliency following adversity that would cause many to give up. After losing her mother and brother in a car crash, she lives in their family home and had to do some major repairs. The loan needs to be paid but she doesn’t have the funds yet she works as many jobs and odd jobs as she can to try to find her miracle. Her friend Joy gives her a bold suggestion to work with a service and essential “sell” herself with a large pay day. Sugar doesn’t want to do this but she is desperate and dives in. Boy, is she surprised when her client is Lyle Tarpin, famous actor, when a picture is leaked of the two of them together, she suddenly finds herself playing his girlfriend. Lyle has found incredible success but carries a huge scar that he uses to keep himself separate from people, avoiding relationships. When he needs a release, he uses a service to arrange a “date.” When Sugar steps into his hotel room, she flips something in him and when they need to spend more time together, well, he finds himself wishing he could accept more. These two people have both suffered loss but handled it very differently. Their relationship builds slowly, both having trust issues but Lyle has the most to overcome. Can Lyle learn from Sugar how to forgive himself and let love in? Will Sugar find a way to save her home? Or will she find the strength to let go? I was pulled into their story and loved all the laugh out loud, gut-wrenching and oh so sexy moments. I voluntarily read an ARC of this book and this is my honest review.