As a teenager, Samantha DaSilva had two interests: running wild and messing with her posh neighbor.
The neighbor moved away– the coward –but the wild kept right on going. At least it did until her hippie father vanished, leaving her in charge of the family tattoo studio. As Sam struggles to keep the business afloat, her childhood nemesis returns.
Taller, blonder, and more offensively gorgeous than ever.
As a teenager, the wildest thing Scott did was get a crush on Sam DaSilva.
When that blew up in his face, he moved to London to pursue realistic goals and girls who didn’t set fire to his underwear. After unexpected circumstances pull Scott back into Sam’s orbit, he’s shocked to discover he’s still in love with a woman who doesn’t own a phone.
And who hasn’t forgiven a thing.
As Sam and Scott struggle to make sense of their mutual attraction, they confront some of life’s biggest questions — can you ever really get over the past? Is it better to be safe or sorry?
Is a spanking adequate punishment for putting someone’s virginity on eBay?