Title: Sweet Love
Author: Mia Kayla
Genre: Contemporary Romance
That awkward moment when you insult the boss on your first day on the job. Yeah, that just happened. In my defense, if I’d known it was Connor Colby of the Colby’s Chocolates and Candies empire standing by the display dressed in a candy cane-striped suit, I never would have opened my mouth to tell him that their signature chocolate bar sucked.
How was I supposed to know he was the boss man?
He was in town temporarily to help save his father’s company. I was only there for a payday to jump start my art career.
I had one job—help him come up with a rock solid marketing plan. The task included long nights and late dinners working by Connor’s side. It did not include kisses, sex in the supply closet, or … worst yet, falling in love.
Why is that so bad you ask? Because the man is leaving right after our mission is complete. Job done. Finito.
Will our sweet love turn into sour patched tear jerkers or will he be my big hunk, now & later and forever?
It didn't take long to get wrapped up in this newest release from Mia Kayla, and I enjoyed every part of the story. I liked that Charlie was kind of upfront about why she's employed with Colby Chocolates and Candies (despite not knowing who she was speaking with initially). Connor is back in town for a limited amount of time to help the family business go from being in the red to being profitable again.
To say that both character have parental issues would be an understatement; these are adults so why couldn't they just say how they felt? Yeah it would be an uncomfortable, maybe even a painful discussion, but it needs to be said. The chemistry between them sort of sneaks up; it's there from the beginning, but it's not all blatant and in your face. I enjoyed how they bonded with each other, over late night brainstorming sessions and Chinese food; the fact that he was her support when it came to the destruction of some of her artwork was fantastic.
In her free time she loves reading romance novels, jamming to boy bands, catching up on celebrity gossip and designing flowers for weddings.
Most of the time, she can be caught on the train with her nose in a book sporting a cheeky grin because the main characters finally get their happily-ever-after at the end.
She loves reading about happy endings but has more fun writing them.