Author: Ty Mitchell
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Age Group: Adult
Rating: 4 stars
Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.
Daisy, a struggling artist working as a bartender in Los Angeles, wants to use Mike’s connections in the art world.
Mike, not accustomed to rejection, wants to use Daisy to prove to his friends that he is man enough for the ultimate conquest.
So when Mike cozies up to Daisy, she doesn’t reject his advances. But both are surprised when ulterior motives fall by the wayside, and they find themselves entangled in feelings they never expected. Daisy must decide where her heart is leading her—and if she wants to follow.
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.