Having just broken
up with her boyfriend, London Spark is not in the mood to be hit on.
Especially not when she’s out celebrating her single status with her
sisters. So when a very attractive man pays for their drinks and then
slips her his number, she passes it right back to him with a ‘thanks,
but no thanks’. As the business administrator for their family’s event
hotel, the Spark House, London has more important things to worry about,
like bringing in new clientele.
luck would have it, a multi-million-dollar company calls a few months
later asking for a meeting to discuss a potential partnership, and
London is eager to prove to her sisters, and herself, that she can land
this deal. Just when she thinks she has nailed her presentation, the
company’s CEO, Jackson Holt, walks in and inserts himself into the
meeting. Not only that, but he also happens to be the same guy she
turned down at the bar a few months ago.
they begin to spend more time together, their working relationship
blossoms into something more. It isn’t until their professional
entanglements are finally over, that London and Jackson are finally
ready to take the next step in their relationship. But between Jackson’s
secretive past and London’s struggle with her sisters, London must
question where she really stands - not just with Jackson, but with the
Spark House, too.
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What I thought about Starry Eyed Love
In a return to Spark House, Starry-Eyed Love is the second book in this romantic comedy series and it's London Sparks story. Having just broken up with her boyfriend, she's sworn off men and goes out with her sisters to celebrate and she dismisses an attractive man hitting on her in the bar.
Fast forward and London finds herself working with Jackson Holt, the man who approached her at the bar. They become business associates, and well it's a romantic comedy, so you can pretty much guess what's going to happen between these two. I was really glad that this relationship takes a while to build and grow.
There's some nice banter between these two as well to keep things light and fluffy.
There is some conflict and the story does rely on the usual miscommunication for this.
This was a cute romance that works if you are in the mood for something not too heavy, with a sense of humor and a light touch.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author
HELENA HUNTING lives outside of Toronto with her amazing family
and her two awesome cats, who think the best place to sleep is her
keyboard. She writes all things romance -- contemporary, romantic
comedy, sports and angsty new adult. Some of her books
include Meet Cute, Pucked, and Shacking Up. Helena
loves to bake cupcakes, has been known to listen to a song on repeat
1512 times while writing a book, and if she has to be away from her
family, prefers to be in warm weather with her