by Judy Sapphire
Blake Harrison’s star is rising. Preparing for her newest art show, she’s trying to navigate her work, her newfound fame, and the reputation she’s earning for being volatile and hard to work with. She’s also trying to abide by her “monastic before a show” rule, and has no idea what to do about the stunning lawyer who insults her and entrances her in equal measure.
Jenny O’Toole is in a professional and romantic rut. Though the corporate lawyer seems to have it all, she hates her boss and that she has to remain closeted at work, and her current relationship is with Netflix and wine. She’s not looking for a girlfriend and if she was, it certainly wouldn’t be an irrational, pretentious conceptual artist.
It’s dislike at first sight—but among all that loathing, there’s undeniable lusting. And when the artist and lawyer keep running into each other, the loathing quickly turns to liking. As they weather Boston’s frigid winter, Blake and Jenny realize that despite deep feelings, their budding relationship might not be able to weather everything trying to come between them.
|Publication Date||February 17, 2022|