Mila is on the way to her sister’s party when a dog comes running out and she almost hits him. She sees the god’s tag and goes to return him to his owner. The dog’s name was Reaper. Thomas opens the door and thinks she is an hired escort that his assistant had hired for a charity event he must attend. Mil decides to let Thomas believe that. Somehow Mila seems to help Thomas overcome his writer's block and hires her just to be around him. She seems to look familiar to Thomas. Eight years ago Mila was an intern and promised a full time journalist job if she got an interview with the up and coming author Thomas St. Claire. Thomas was a horror writer and had been very young and had a book on the New York Times bestseller list. But Thomas avoided Mila and she wrote something about his bad childhood and Thomas got her fired. Now Mila was a teacher in NYC for underprivileged children. She had never forgotten how Thomas had ruined her chance to be a journalist. There was something about Mila that made Thomas want to open up and tell her about the real him. Mila’s conscious i was getting the better of her and she wanted to tell Thomas the truth.
I liked this book a lot. It had a good plot and well paced. I didn’t want to put this down once I started reading it. I loved Reaper and felt he added to the book. I also loved how oddly enough Thomas felt Mila was his muse. I loved the twists and turns in this book. But it was a little predictable and I am also a little tired of the insta/love- lust. But I did enjoy it a lot and loved the characters and I recommend.