Every day Charlie goes to sketch a beautiful building that’s been under construction. She’s drawn to it for some reason, and it makes her paints come alive. On the day the painting is to be finished, the St. Patrick’s Day parade is in town. But a run-in between her tray of paints and a big grouchy beast in a suit has her fleeing for safety.
Warren has never wanted someone the way he wants her. One chance encounter has got him searching every inch of the city for her. She can hide, but not for long. He’ll make her his, no matter what.
Warning: This St. Patrick’s Day quickie is adorably fun and over the top. Grab your shamrocks and cozy up with this sweet treat.
There’s nothing better for a gloomy day, than to read Alexa Riley books…
This one was, as per usual, just the right read to lift a sour mood.
And it all starts with a painting on St. Patrick’s Day. Although this is a novella, the author managed to catch my attention throughout the whole story. The plot has a fast pace and there were times where I really wished this was a full lenght book. So much potential for it. From a feisty painter to a grumpy and OTT billionaire, that doesn’t know the word “no”. And in between you even get some drama, like attempted rape, care for children that have no place to go to and also homelessness. The story is a quick read that I truly enjoyed. I wish it was longer but oh well… I still got my dose of sweetness for the day.