Zoe Etheridge packed her bags and said goodbye to her small-town Texas life. Her dad's dying wish was that she followed her dreams in New York City, and she was bound and determined to make that happen. It was only a day or so into her trip when she realized she might have bitten off more than she could chew.
Zoe assumed that the Shower & Shelter Artist Collective was open to any artist who needed a place to live in the city. She had no idea that landing a spot in the house was highly competitive, and seeing how she wasn't a formally trained artist, she wasn't quite sure how to compete.
She called the collective on her way into the city and spoke with the manager, Lane Alexander. He quickly made her realize she was in a David versus Goliath type situation, but decided to meet with her nonetheless. She knew she had to impress him when they met, but she assumed it would be with her unique approach to painting. It wasn't until she stared into his baby blues that she realized she wanted him to be impressed by more than just her art.
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- 27 02 2018
Such a charming and sweet story!
I loved this book! This is a sweet story about a heroine named Zoe and a hero named Lane. Zoe's parents die and she moves from a small town to pursue her dream of being an artist in New York City. She secures a coveted spot at the Shower and Shelter Artist Collective and she falls for the manager of the program, but he feels they can't be together because he needs to hold professional boundaries with all the artists. I really like how Brooke St. James makes her characters spontaneous and sweet and a lot of fun. They say and do things we all wish we could do. She has a very charming style and if you're looking for a sweet romance that will make you smile, this is it! Kate Rudd did an amazing performance as always! I received a free copy of this audio book and volunteered to review it. Thanks for letting me listen to this wonderful book!