Some designs are timeless . . .
They grew up together yet worlds apart. But a wealthy young man and a classy young woman find that some bonds can't be broken . . .
The only thing Marigold Reynolds and billionaire Hagen Allbrook ever had in common was their attraction. Marigold made sure that never went anywhere by cutting ties with him six years ago. Now, however, she needs a job-and Hagen's design assistant desperately needs someone to fill in for her at his family's construction firm. Trusting that time has dimmed the electricity between them, Marigold accepts. But as she undertakes his challenging renovation of her own ancestors' home, it's soon clear she's mistaken.
A year after his wife's death, Hagen is coming to terms with the past. He's as drawn to Marigold as ever, but as they finally cross long-held boundaries, a misunderstanding, and Marigold's belief that she can never measure up to his perfect wife, threatens to tear them apart once more. Hagen's only chance of winning her back is to reveal the truth about his marriage. And perhaps then Marigold will reveal a heartfelt secret of her own . . .
"Taylor crafts a believable opposites-attract romance. . . . With a South Australia setting, the book's realistic Aussie dialog will transport readers to this distant locale while making Sets Appeal a fun, lighthearted departure from standard romance fare."
From art student to stylist, to nurse and midwife, Virginia Taylor's life has been one illogical step to the next, each one leading to the final goal of being an author. When she can tear herself away from the computer and the waiting blank page, she immerses herself in arts and crafts, gardening, or, of course, cooking. You can visit her website at www.virginia-taylor.com, and tweet her @authorvtaylor.
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