I received Falling for an Artist (Glen Point Novella Book 0) by Catrina Maddox as a review copy from StoryOrigin and am thankful to them for the same.
They had just one magical night together. Before everything went pear shape for Bailey! Can Bailey trust him to rescue her before she’s framed for a theft she didn’t commit.
Bailey Armstrong never thought relationships were for her. She’s finally got her life back and landed a new start going back to what she loves art restoring……. then James walked into her day.
James Mercy felt like a part of his life was passing him by. He loved his life as an internationally renowned artist. But he wanted someone he could laugh with be there. He thought he would never find it until he meets Bailey that night.
Can James keep her safe while he tries to convince her they are made for each other!!!
Falling for an Artist – Is the prequel novella to the Glen Point Series. Small Town, Contemporary, Sexy Romance.
If you like international locales, sizzling sex scenes and a book with a suspense edge. You’ll love this HEA installment.
Bailey Armstrong moved to Queenstown, New Zealand for a fresh start six months ago. She is single and on the wrong side of thirty and works as an art restorer in an art gallery.
James Mercy, a famous landscape artist, lives with his niece, Emily, since she was ten. He is on the way back home to Glen Point from London, when he decided to spend one night in Queenstown. He meets Bailey at a bar and they spend the night in his hotel room.
Next morning, Bailey comes back only to find the police waiting for her as they suspect her of stealing paintings worth half a million dollars from the gallery. And they refuse to believe that she is innocent because her father is a convicted art thief. And James turns up, bails her out and takes charge of her till the she is proven not guilty and takes her to Glen Point
A fast paced novella with realistic characters, this book lays an interesting premise for the series. The secondary characters like Emily make the book interesting. The descriptions of the scenes as well as the locations is detailed and can be picturised easily. The twists and turns make the book unputdownable. The language is simple but I feel the book needs to go through another round of editing, as this would make it crisper.
Waiting to read the next book in the series.
DISCLAIMER: I receive a free e-book from StoryOrigin in exchange for an honest review. I have not received any monetary compensation for the same.