Book Review The Color of Love

51016500_kindle-ready-front-cover-jpeg_6233155Title: The Color of Love

Author: Ty Mitchell

Genre: Contemporary Romance

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.

A typical love story…or so you might think. But Daisy and Mike are both rather complex characters, and that makes this book more than worth it. The writing flowed nicely, and it was easy to connect with the characters.

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