Modern Heart: City Love 3

Contemporary romance/romantic comedy

It will take more than tough love to scare away the perfect guy . . .

My co-workers call me tough, and they’re right. Rising to the position of Creative Director at one of Sydney’s award-winning advertising agencies is not for the faint-hearted.

But try telling that to my girlfriends. They think I’ve got a softer side and are convinced they’ve found me the perfect guy—John Hart.

They should know better. I’ve always been open about my rules. I don’t do relationships, I don’t invite men home, and I never stay the night.

When John gets me an invitation from one of New York’s leading galleries to exhibit my artwork, I don’t know whether to kiss him or strangle him.

Kissing him is tempting, but I’m leaning towards strangling him because John thinks I’ve got the chance of turning my secret passion into a career.

Obviously, he’s insane and he’s not my perfect guy. My perfect guy wouldn’t interfere in my life this way. Or ask me to risk the safety of my advertising career.

Then he accuses me of being scared. And I’m starting to wonder if maybe he’s right . . .

Praise for Modern Heart:

“I adored this story. This is the first book I read by this author and she has gained a new fan. The writing was sweet and angsty when needed, equal parts flirty and smart; the balance between all of this was perfection and I was captured by Scarlett and John’s story from beginning to end.” Alexandra

“Belinda Williams has quickly become a new favorite. Her City Love series is great. Each one can be read in order or alone and each one provide strong minded strong willed females discovering themselves and embracing love after life’s set backs have given them a single minded determination to see their plans through to the end. Scarlett is one of them. She has found a way to embrace what has always made her happy and make something of it without allowing her family or her past to prevent her from achieving her goal.” Krissy’s Bookshelf

“There is so much to admire about this series, not just the captivating and fascinating characters, but the way Williams explores female friendships, romance, and tells a story about the complexity of life and emotions all within an intricate and humour filled narrative is absolutely divine.” Amy, Lost In A Good Book

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