Joelle Middleton was constitutionally incapable of making waves. She was painfully shy. Her social life consisted of confiding to Ivan, her pet lovebird, and reading Clayton Abbott's witty limericks and insightful editorials. Though she'd never met the man, she'd been hopelessly in love with him for years.
Then disaster struck. Her slave-driving boss was waging war on Clayton's paper, and Joelle found herself the unwilling go-between. Meeting Clay was not in her plans. She was in love with his mind—his body she could do without ...or so she thought, until she faced the most dangerously attractive man she'd ever encountered.