Love On My Mind by Tracey Livesay
Series: Shades of Love #1
Published: July 12, 2016 by Avon Impulse
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Successful PR executive Chelsea Grant is one assignment away from making partner at her firm and nothing will stand in her way. Her big break? Turn a reclusive computer genius into a media darling in time for his new product launch. He may have been dubbed the “sexiest geek alive” but he has no patience for the press—and it shows. Piece of cake, right? Only problem is… his company doesn’t want him to know they hired her.
After a disastrous product launch two years ago, tech CEO Adam Bennett knows the success of his new device depends on the media’s support. When a twist of fate brings the beautiful PR specialist to his door, Adam hires Chelsea to help turn his image around. Their attraction is undeniable and the more time they spend together, the harder it becomes to keep things professional.
But when Adam discovers Chelsea’s deception, will she risk everything for her career or is love the real thing on her mind?
This was my first Travey Livesay book and I really enjoyed it! Though not a fan of a character lying about why they’ve met the love interest, I still enjoyed this one; Livesay handles the plot with exceptional skill. Both characters grow throughout the story as they learn what’s really important in life.
“If only dealing with people was as simple as dealing with computers.”
Chelsea was a great heroine who I rooted for through out the book. Though she’s let her career take over her life, she’s never lost her compassion and kindness and you can clearly see how lying to Adam is a very uncomfortable experience for her.
Adam was a bit unlikable in the beginning because he comes across as really arrogant and uptight. But hang in there, because once you get to know him and see his more vulnerable side, he’s well worth the wait. Adam’s genius and his struggle with his issues makes for a really interesting character. I’ve read other books where author’s try this type of character and it hasn’t been successful. But Tracey Livesay does a fantastic job with Adam.
4 stars – it was enjoyable
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