Synopsis

From the Desk of Donna Edith…

My services are unconventional. My clients come to me with needs and I match them to other clients with needs of their own…

Promising young architect Killian Fitzroy: Driven, clever, eager to prove himself. Starved for sex, though he’s come to me for professional assistance, not personal. Needs: Someone unique, creative and fast. An artist with a feminine perspective to breathe life into a house he’s built.

Aspiring scenic designer Vessa Ratham: Sensuous, spontaneous, but secretive. Recently returned to Vermont armed with an art degree that qualifies her for little more than waiting tables. Needs: An opportunity to shine.

Yes, Killian and Vessa will satisfy each other nicely—in more ways than one.

Review

I received an ARC of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

I haven’t read a book from this author yet. I took a chance on this book because the blurb was interesting. It doesn’t show that it’s part of a series, but I think it would be great if Ms. Edith got to put more couples in each other’s ways until they fall in love. In this book, the main characters weren’t consciously looking for love, but they found it unexpectedly.

The thing I liked about the book was the love story. I’ve read thousands of love stories, and at least one of those had a matchmaker being responsible for the main characters falling in love. No, it definitely wasn’t the love story. Instead, it was the way the book was written. Ms. Gold was able to really paint a picture. The words seem alive. This was a very pleasant surprise for me. I think that from now on, I’d be watching out for more romance stories from her.

Author

Kira A. Gold is a professional costumer and a very amateur knitter, and writes strange things when no one is looking.

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