Even though Joy Moorehouse only saw Grayson Bennett a few times a year, she was definitely in love with him. But realistically she knew he barely knew her name...or did he? Gray definitely paid attention when Joy entered a room. He knew she was a beautiful woman who should wait for a special guy who could love her. Gray felt he was incapable of loving anyone and didn't want to hurt her. But now he was finding it hard to stay away from her.
This book was a quick read, even though it became frustrating in places. How many obstacles could Gray throw out there between he and Joy? Seems like one after another. If I were Joy, I would have told him to take a hike long ago. But, lucky for her, she stuck with him and finally turned him around by the end of the book. My rating: 4 Stars.
Another great read in a great series! Joy is the good girl who studied business in college because her family business needed help and cares for her elderly relative with dementia. Her sister had sacrificed a lot to raise her and keep the business running, so how could Joy ever leave? In the meantime, she's loved Gray from afar. Wealthy and powerful, she didn't think he'd ever notice her. When he does, he whisks her away to the city, shows off her ability as a fashion designer, and drags her to Tiffany's to choose a ring. It isn't until he can trust her with his work and tell her that he loves her that she will say yes and allow her dream to come true.