Bartending at The Spot in Los Angeles is a temporary gig for starving artist Daisy. When she learns that a patron, Mike, is an agent with top-shelf connections in the art world, she agrees to meet him at a concert.
On the night of the concert, Daisy greets Mike with an unexpected surprise. He knew that she was bringing someone, but he never expected this.
With his ego crushed, Mike agrees to his friends' wager to prove that he hasn't lost his touch: take Daisy to bed in exchange for a month of paid drinks.
With aspirations of opening her first art gala with a bang, Daisy, unsuspecting of the bet, plays into Mike's suave advances.
Their ulterior motives bring Daisy and Mike closer together in ways they never anticipated. The consequences ultimately test Daisy's integrity, relationships, and life as she searches for who she really is.
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About the Author
Ty Mitchell is an American freelance writer who writes about life and relationships on his blog, The-VPF.com, and publications such as Elite Daily.
What-if moments inspire Mitchell's writing, as he explores the different turns his life could have taken if he had made different decisions.
Mitchell enjoys drawing and writing short stories, novels, and screenplays. He happily lives in Germany with his Sicilian wife, newborn son, and German-born beagle.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
In The Color of Love, Daisy is a struggling artist working as a bartender. She’s willing to do whatever it takes to get her work noticed, and cozying up to Mike, an agent with strong connections in the art work, seems like the perfect plan of action. Mike too has ulterior motives when he tries to seduce Daisy – but neither of them expected to feel something real. Daisy and Mike are both realistic characters, but I found it easiest to connect to Daisy. I know how tough it is for artists to find the right connections and get their work noticed. I’m glad the characters grew and changed a lot throughout the book. They needed some growing up, and some maturing, especially when it comes to romance and love. The plot was engaging, and the writing style was fluent and fast-paced. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.