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Designer of teen fashion, Jillian Jeffrey, is on the cusp of making a name for herself in the NYC fashion scene- a dream that could easily become a reality with a seat on the board of directors for her favorite charity, Like No Other. With a heart for serving the less fortunate, Jill can think of nothing more fulfilling than combining her two passions into one. When an unexpected opportunity arises for her to raise a significant amount of funds for the organization, and gain a better shot at the position, she jumps at it- unaware that the mistake she’s about to make will put her at risk of losing everything she’s ever worked for…
Cameron Phillips is an investigative journalist writing candid exposés under the pseudonym Eagle Eye. While working undercover gathering information on New York City’s homeless, he finds himself at the receiving end of a humiliating bet- and at the hand of a young fashion designer no less. Not to be bested, he gets his revenge in his latest exposé. But when his next job has him shadowing his latest victim, Cam realizes he made a huge mistake, and the painful consequences of his article may be farther reaching than he anticipated. Can he right his wrong before it’s too late? And more importantly, will the girl of his dreams ever forgive him for hurting her so deeply?
Romance fans look out! Author Darcy Flynn knocks it out of the park in this second installment of her Like No Other series. Richly drawn characters and a moving story about the places where human struggle and compassion collide form the backbone of this fantastic book, along with a well-paced plot that gathers in intensity and holds you in suspense until the end. While swapping between perspectives of Jill and Cameron, readers are also offered a thoughtful and compassionate look into the troubling issues of homelessness and teen runaways, as well as the exciting world of fashion, and inspirational volunteer work. Smart, original, and emotionally engaging, Eagle Eye is a memorable read that is sure to please. If you are a fan of clean romance with a compelling story, you’ll love this book!
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
“Get him to go out with you.” He gave her the once-over. “Dressed like that.”...
Just get him to go back to the hotel ballroom with you for a little while—let’s say for an hour. That shouldn’t be too difficult for you. I mean, look at the guy. He’s shivering in his shoes, and by the looks of him, could use a hot meal.”...
Con the guy.”...
...-“What makes you think I’d even contemplate using that poor man for your personal entertainment?”
- “Because, I’ll donate ten-thousand dollars to any cause you want.”
I was drawn in by the original plot of this story. An investigative reporter goes undercover to write a piece on the homeless and a misunderstanding might cost a young fashion designer her entire career as a result. People are rarely one hundred percent who we imagine they are. Judging a person by their social status or their wealth (or lack of it) can sometimes have disastrous results.
Once again, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this story by this very gifted author. It is a stand-alone novella, although there are some brief mentions of characters from the previous book. It is a clean romance. Very well written with a mature voice and a plot that kept my attention throughout. I got so into the storyline that, at one point, I found myself crying when things started to fall apart for the main character. I love the cover of the book too! It's so rare that we get to see the male character on a book cover.
I highly recommend this book.