Does perfect really exist? Can you have the perfect life, perfect love, a perfect husband? Can everything in your life be bright and sunny? That’s what Laney always wanted; something opposite of her parents’ marriage. Brad wasn’t perfect, by all means he wasn’t, but the love her daughters had for their father was close enough to perfection as Laney needed. She may not have the head-over-heels-in-love type of marriage, but it worked, or so she thought, until she finds out Brad has been banging a fellow teacher.
Years later, with her heart healed and lessons learned, Laney sees her then boyfriend, ass up and face down between the legs of his neighbor.
With too much alcohol, too much dancing, and too much meddling from her best friend, Laney finds herself in Las Vegas, waking up in the bed of a beautiful stranger with a diamond on her finger and him calling her his wife.
Has Laney finally found the man that’s perfect for her? Even if she found him by accident?