When did my life become a demented episode from The Mindy Project?
Moving to Boston to begin grad school meant I was supposed to start a new life -- not dig through a past I thought I'd left behind four years ago. But when I saw the poster for Random Acts of Crazy, all I could think about was the drummer, Sam Hinton, the boy I'd loved in high school and who disappeared with my heart.
Who knew I'd become the living version of Magic Mike?
Emily Barnes likes things measured and timed, just like any baker. When she loses the apartment that she needs to run her home-based muffin business, she's faced with a choice: couch surfing at her very loud best friends' separated by thin walls or house sitting an otherwise empty Upper East Side luxury apartment overlooking Central Park. Obviously it’s a no-brainer for this smart cookie.
Declan Hayes is used to people asking things of him and saying no. However, for Maggie, his parents’ cook and housekeeper, he would do just about anything, including going over to his parent’s apartment to check on her pseudo niece who is staying there. His plan was to get in and get out, but the second he saw her, something changed. Something about her sparked the normally cold and dismal place to life; she made it warm and inviting. He finally understood the phrase “there’s no place like home.”
Bewitched by her beauty, he can't possibly kill her.
Vampire Zak Smith has one mission: kill the enemy. The only problem is that everything about her draws him in, questioning his duty. With his vampire clan at war with Cadence Hopewell's witch coven, he's torn between his family and his desire.
But when Zak and Cadence are catapulted together into the past, they must rely on each other for survival. Suddenly, danger surrounds them and Cadence must tap into her unstable and shaky powers. As they uncover the truth about their families and their history, can the two sworn enemies find love and a future together in the present?