Title : The Artist
Author :Shealy James
Series : The Game Changers #2
Release date:23rd October 2015
Rating : 4 Stars
Blurb : Katherine âKittyâ Peters is done doing what Daddy saysâ¦When Kitty rebels against her wealthy father, he issues an ultimatum. She has one month to agree with his plans for a suitable marriage, or find her own way without the benefit of all he provides for her.Taking full advantage of those precious weeks, Kitty escapes her suffocating world for a more colorful oneâ¦where she meets a tattooed maverick who captivates her with one sexy smirk. Adam Vaughn doesnât play by the rulesâ¦His good looks and bad-boy persona always get him what he wants, but heâs also an artist, a painter, and deeply sensitive. Lately, however, only one thing inspires himâthe stunning Kitty Peters.Passion flares, but a family crisis might douse the flameâ¦Adam needs help, and Kittyâs father has connections. As the end of her month approaches, Kittyâs deal with the devil is far more complicated than simply submitting to her fatherâs will.Can she walk away from the man she loves in order to save him from pain?Even if it means living the rest of her life without him?
Review :âThe Artistâ by Shealy James is the second book of the Game Changers series and it after reading the first one also I have to say, that his one is even better than âThe CEOâ
I really consider myself lucky to be one of the first ones that has the pleasure to read this book.
By the title I would have never guessed how intense some of those dialogues were going to get. There is some serious âfavorite quotesâ material in this book.
Ms. James created wonderful characters in a very interesting plot. Even if the basic idea of the this novel is not new, the author presented it in a very fresh setting. And down to the supporting characters everything is well developed and flawlessly written.
I refuse to spoiler any content but one thing I have to say â¦ ADAM â where did Ms. James get that guy â¦ seriously OMG he was just … (no words)
Are you up to a lot of emotional pain and sacrifices â check out this book â¦