Teal Paisley Tights by Barbara Brutt
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Life post-graduation was supposed to see the launch of paisley-loving Jadyn’s art career, or at least an art gallery showing one of her watercolor paintings. Instead, this Pittsburgh native is locked into a low-paying, buttoned-up consultant position with an impossible boss. When another colleague is dismissed, Jadyn inherits extra workload, including the company’s biggest client. If she loses him, she’s fired.
Jadyn people-pleases her way through life, resulting in extra work opportunities and a community classroom of art students. But when two guys appear on her doorstep, she just might not be able to people-please her way out of this love triangle. At the end of the day, she can’t please everyone.
Then, because of a small spending problem, Jadyn is evicted from her apartment, and she must move in with her know-it-all sister. Jadyn needs to decide between a job transfer that would place her near her love interest, or a full-time art career with all its risks.
Stretched like canvas between responsibility and dreams, she must choose. Will practicality always win?
This book is a light-hearted read. Funny. I like the heroine, she’s easy to relate to. This is a bit different from most of the books review in that it’s not necessarily under the Christian genre. It is a clean novel, but more on the light-hearted ‘romantic comedy’ side.
Jadyn is a consultant, trying, or rather, determined to make it in the marketing field. Her job load keeps increasing. Her work is causing her to miss out on too many other things in life. She loses her apartment. And then there’s the men in her life….Ethan, and her lifelong friend Travis. She’s just not sure what to do.
And yes…those lovely tights do figure into this story quite heavily.
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