Painting Stars by Bea Teal
“Robin, please tell me it’s not true.” Sebastian’s exasperated tone greets me as I reluctantly answer after a couple of rings.
“What isn’t true, Seb?” I ask with fake nonchalance. I’m stalling, and my boss and I both know it.
“That you locked one of our clients in his wine cellar for an hour! And if you’re about to say it was an accident, save your breath.”
“I’ll tell you nothing of the sort. I don’t have accidents. It was absolutely intentional!” I reply with barely suppressed indignation.
A WARM AND WITTY DEBUT NOVEL ABOUT LOVE, LOSS, AND THE FAMILY WE CREATE.
Contemporary romance, slow burn, uplifting, found family, friends to lovers, second chance, rainbow inclusive language.