Ribbons and Frills costume sewing factory has always been about creating dreams, but when the owner asks his very upper-class son to take over, sparks fly, and not just from the sewing machines. The last time manager Gary Shaw saw Ashley Turner-Hoff was a year ago, when he left Gary standing on the beach with a broken heart and sand in his underwear.
Ashley Turner-Hoff has a plan to save the factory which involves one famous mannequin and a fashion show in London.
Can Gary forgive Ashley and give him a second chance? Can Ribbons and Frills really compete against top fashion designers, and do Gary’s dreams of being on stage finally come true?
Find out in this summer story of sequins, sand, and surprises!
Part of "Summer Bigger Than Others - A Summer Anthology" from Beaten Track Publishing.
|Publisher:||Beaten Track Publishing|
|File size:||191 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Al Stewart and Claire Davis write about people who are not perfect. Claire embraces the dark side, and Al the good side of the force. Their work is there for a fusion of both, mixed often with kink and humour.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A short and sweet story of love once lost, now reunited. Ashley left poor Gary hanging after their time together. A year later and Ashley's returned. Gary tries so hard to guard his heart, but his body isn't cooperating. Ashley gives him space until he's done waiting for Gary to come around. I liked that it's Gary that saves the factory and gets to live a bit of his dream. My favorite part is that Ashley shows up with his bags at Gary's place and just never leaves.