is never marrying, joining her family’s investment firm, or moving from her
tiny industrial loft. Her sole focus is getting her artwork shown. And
screw anyone who’s told her to drop the hobby. Nothing
will stop her now that Pacific Blue Fine Art Gallery has agreed to show her
sculptures. Things are finally going her way…
gallery and has zero interest in unknown artists. He gives her a choice to work
for him or quit.
into a premier gallery. He won’t be distracted and certainly not by the
beautiful Latina glaring at him. Still, there’s something about Piper he can’t
shake, regardless of his heart-shattering past. Pacific Blue must open in a
month or he loses everything. Working alongside Piper might just cause him to
lose his heart along with his investment.
Ari’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:
Piper is a sea life sculptor who despite her family’s disapproval of her career, works hard to get her work noticed. Unfortunately she hasn’t had much luck getting her work displayed in a gallery. Alex is the new owner of Pacific Blue Gallery. He isn’t an artist himself, but he appreciates art and those that create it. His challenge is to have PBG up and running within a month. Unfortunately for him, he finds himself butting heads with a certain artist.
Alex doesn’t need any distractions and Piper won’t stand for anyone getting in the way of her dreams, but their growing attraction has other ideas.
This novel was so swoony! Alex and Piper are such a likable couple. It was impossible not to root for them the whole time. Whether it was cheering Piper on in her career or seeing Alex successfully get the gallery going or to seeing them finally give into their growing attraction, I cheered them on the entire way.
Kristina Luckey has penned a great contemporary romance with beautiful backdrops and a couple I loved to see get their HEA. The romance was 100% there and the beautiful coastal descriptions make Pacific Blue a perfect summer read. 5 stars.
stay with readers long after the words The End. Her first work of women’s
fiction A Forgiving Heart received honorable mention for a
novel excerpt in the Soul-Making Keats Literary Competition sponsored by the
National League of American Pen Women. Her contemporary romance novels Pleasure
Cove and Pacific Blue promise the same emotional
read, stunning California settings, along with strong, sassy heroines and
heroes who will steal your heart.
State with readers through setting and culture in a series of contemporary
romance novels. When she isn’t writing, she is exploring her state, traveling,
looking for the best eats (she’s a major foodie), and spending time with her