Thanks to a snafu and plenty of miscommunication between her best friend Annabelle and his sister, Rosalie, Rich Ronaldi finds himself the unexpected and unwanted roommate of Rebecca Larsen. But once the domestically challenged Rich gets dumped by his girlfriend, Gina, he uses the opportunity to have Becca improve on his skills around the house, hoping to win her back.
Rich may be gorgeous and intelligent, but Becca's not really sure she even likes him, and she certainly doesn't want to help him get back with Gina. She even finds it hard to believe that he’s actually a professor. So when Rich pulls the relative card and calls dibs on the apartment, she has no choice but to give in. Needing a place to stay while her home is being renovated, Becca goes against her better judgment and agrees to the madness of teaching Rich all of her gastronomic skills. Let the fun begin.
Rich's attempts to change who he is for all the wrong reasons is what drives the story of Breakfast in Bed, and readers will be absolutely delighted with the witty dialogue and klutzy scenes that are fast-paced and laugh out loud funny. Despite being a romantic comedy, Robin Kaye brilliantly uses each of her characters to create a portrait of genuine relationships, complete with trust issues, family dynamics and more. Becca struggles painfully with some very personal demons and Rich is determined to understand this woman who is so different from any female he's ever known. As this tale continues to unfold, it becomes blazingly clear that change is inevitable when you meet and fall for the right person, but are they able to get past those bumps in the road and realize that for themselves? Breakfast in Bed will definitely leave fans eager for the next installment; I know I can’t wait!
Rich, the epitome of "anti-domestic," can't cook to save his life, and his idea of cleaning his apartment is to invite his mother over. But he's ready to settle down, and he can't stop thinking about the ex-girlfriend who got away. When he notices that his soon-to-be-married friends cooked and cleaned their way into their women's hearts, he asks his friend Becca to help transform him into a nurturing man to win back his ex.
Rich is the only guy who's taken the time to know Becca for herself. She decides she'll give him the makeover he's asking for, though she'll be damned if she's going to turn him into a domestic god for another woman. She wants Rich for herself, but how can she convince him that her kitchen and her bedroom are the only domestic locales he desires?