Genres: Contemporary Romance
Published by Createspace on May 21, 2013
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Spunky artist manager, Jessica Stanton, isn't looking for love. She’s looking for a savior. When a business rival steals yet another of her rising stars, she’s in danger of losing everything she’s worked so hard for…and the only person who can save her fledgling business is the one man she shouldn't want.
Art authenticator, Eli Marks, doesn't have time for love. He’s too busy saving his brother from the demons of his drug addicted past. For the past ten years he’s cultivated a façade to keep his distance from everyone else. But when a string of high-profile art forgeries threatens the security of the only family he has left, he must turn for help to a woman who breaks through his carefully constructed facade every time she’s near.
Will Jessica and Eli save each other? Or will secrets and lies stop them from finding true love?
Chanel Chancey’s Review:
Mismatch is a funny and yet three dimensional read about two opposites that have two things in common, art and off the charts chemistry.
When Jessica and Eli first meet, I was glad I didn’t have to wait for them to get around to admitting attraction. They flew off the charts at once, going into a fiery make out session that made me want to take a cold shower.
Eli is a detective on the trail of an art forger who is stealing millions in masterpieces, his identical twin Sam was once arrested for forgery and is now starting over. Jessica is Sam’s manager and to make things more complicated, she thinks Eli is Sam.
You will keep turning the pages to see what happens next, especially after getting to know Jessica, who is a spunky professional when it comes to her clients and their art.
I loved the brooding Sam, hopefully he’ll get his own book.
Mismatch will take you on a ride that you will enjoy, especially while laying by the pool this summer.
I recommend cracker, cheese and wine, a chilled Moscato while listening to Jason Mraz’s I’m Yours. Reviewed by Chanel of Chanel Chancey Reviews) – I Read, I Review, That’s It!