The Color of Love by Ty Mitchell #Review
Posted by brriske
Bartending at The Spot in Los Angeles is a temporary gig for starving artist Daisy. When she learns that a patron, Mike, is an agent with top-shelf connections in the art world, she agrees to meet him at a concert.
On the night of the concert, Daisy greets Mike with an unexpected surprise. He knew that she was bringing someone, but he never expected this.
With his ego crushed, Mike agrees to his friends’ wager to prove that he hasn’t lost his touch: take Daisy to bed in exchange for a month of paid drinks.
With aspirations of opening her first art gala with a bang, Daisy, unsuspecting of the bet, plays into Mike’s suave advances.
Their ulterior motives bring Daisy and Mike closer together in ways they never anticipated. The consequences ultimately test Daisy’s integrity, relationships, and life as she searches for who she really is.
This is my first read by Ty Mitchell. I liked the book. Mitchell brings us a funny and poignant tale of Daisy a struggling artist and Mike – an up and coming talent broker. Mike takes a bet to see if he can bed the fair Daisy.
I have to admit that I had a bit of a hard time getting started. Daisy and Mike playing around each other was making me a bit batty. On their first supposed date – Daisy brings her girlfriend with her, and thinking that she is her besty and not her partner is Mike’s first mistake. The two enter a business relationship and become friends. This is their story one of self discovery, learning to be true to yourself.
The writing is lovely and you can feel emotions and perhaps even get a little education on homosexuality and becoming your own self for your own reasons. I laughed, I cried, and yes – I was a bit disappointed at the ending. But, on the same hand it may be the way some of the relationships told in the story end or begin.
I am an independent reviewer for Romance Authors that Rock.