Pub Date 14 Aug 2019
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Art first. Love later…or so she thought.
Sea life sculptor Piper Diaz is tired of being pressured to conform. She 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…
That is until entrepreneur and businessman Alex Hutton purchases the gallery and has zero interest in unknown artists. He gives her a choice to work for him or quit.
Alex has sunk all his money into reimagining Pacific Blue and turning it 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.
“Family drama/sadness, angst, twists, stubbornness, sweetness and sexiness are just some of the things you will enjoy with this read. The writing is awesome and keeps you completely invested in the book from start to finish.” –Alison, BookBub
“I really enjoyed Pacific Blue and especially Piper, she is a woman who knows what she wants and how she wants it.” – Linda R., Goodreads
“So much to enjoy in this book, the descriptive ocean life scenes, come alive. There is romance, misunderstandings, angst and steam, none is over top and the drama does not overwhelm the story.” – Linda D., Goodreads