Piece of Work, an all-new sexy romance from Staci Hart, is LIVE!
Marble isn’t the only thing that’s hard at this museum.
His body is as chiseled as Adonis. His lips are as sculpted as David. And his ego is the size of the Guggenheim.
You know the type—wolfish smile and the gravity of a black hole. The kind of man who sucks all the air from the room the second he enters it. My cocky boss thinks this internship was wasted on me, and he doesn’t hesitate to let me know.
But he’s wrong, and I’m going to prove it to him. If I can stay away from his devil lips, that is. Lips that cut me down and kiss me in the same breath, leaving me certain he’s on a mission to ruin my life.
And maybe my heart.
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I Heart Books Review
Piece of Work by Staci Hart
Review by Theresa Esterline
Here's to not so secret secrets...
They say a picture is worth a 1000 words. If I could paint or draw, I'd make a picture for you with love, angst, frustration, fear, power, and more. But since my picture would likely end up a jumbled abstract leaving a lot of room for interpretation, I'll tell you with three words: I LOVED IT! Okay a few more... set in New York City at the Met with a trip to Florence, Italy, this story will keep you turning the pages. To see how Rin is growing into a strong woman and to see how Court will screw up next. And now a bit about the story...
Rin is working on her dissertation while starting an internship at the Met. Court is the curator responsible for her area of study. Rin is tall, almost as tall as Court. Being 6' tall can be difficult for fashion on a woman. So Rin wears men's shirts and her pants are often too short. Court is handsome, but angry and closed off. Rin comes to work her first day timid and shy svc dressed like a frumpy co-ed. She immediately loses any respect from those at the Met based on her appearance. However once they read her work, minds shift. Then when she decides to take some power back and dress for the role to get her confidence back, she bowls then over. Now onto the next challenge, acquiring David!
- “It’s like having a Greek god send you to Hades for sacrificing the wrong kind of goat.”
- But that was the funny thing about hearts. What they wanted and what would hurt them were sometimes the same. And in the battle of head over heart, I had always sided with my head.
- “You don’t have to say anything. I don’t need you to tell me I’m right. I’m always right.”
Note: I was given a free copy and voluntarily chose to review this book.