When it comes to programmed assumptions, the heart is definitely not an easy hack.
Tulle and Tulips, Book 4
At work, Darci Drummond, aka The Bunny of Bling, shines as bright as her trademark tie-shaped diamond necklace. Her dating life is a bit more tarnished. After getting hurt by a string of boyfriends, she takes solace in helping other women shine on their special day.
She wouldn’t complain if she found someone to give her a few simple pleasures—and zero strings. Just not that nerdy computer programmer working upstairs.
Victor Green’s idea of a great Saturday night—any night, really—is a Starbucks and a code-filled computer screen. Yet somehow, at the relentless begging of his baby sister, he finds himself walking the runway at a bridal show where he meets a stunner sporting a tie-shaped necklace. The next thing he knows, he’s thrust into a matchmaking scheme with wedding bells in the background.
Tricked into a date with Victor, Darci finds herself embroiled in an affair with a man who’s nothing like he seemed. And as her resistance crumbles, she wonders if it’s time to let someone get closer than skin deep…
Warning: If you’re opposed to a man who forgets to clean and a woman willing to tolerate his quirks… Wait, isn’t that real life?
The only problem with these Tulle and Tulips novellas by Nikki Duncan? They're too short! I always end up wanting more. Debauched in Diamonds features Darci, the jewels keeper of her wedding planning group, and Victor, the super sexy (and a bit socially awkward) nerd from the office upstairs. Neither of them were looking for love, but doesn't that always seem the best way to find it? A quick, sexy read from the world of Tulle and Tulips!
Debauched in Diamonds: 4/5 stars
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