Sunlight Through Sea Glass by Emma Lewis
I fell over the balcony, expecting a broken ankle. Instead, I tumbled into the arms of the handsome gardener who claimed my heart.
I’m a Duchamp; young and rich, and destined to marry one of the powerful men my parents approve of. Money, status, suitable to match the Duchamp heiress. I couldn’t think of anything worse.
But at a museum gala, I fall into the arms of the handsome gardener. Greg is sweet and kind, and not the man my parents want for me. My heart doesn’t listen, and I fall in love as quickly as I fell into his arms.
When I save a woman from a nasty accident at the museum, I have no idea who Lily is. I’m happiest up to my elbows in dirt, or on the beach collecting driftwood and sea glass. This girl in crimson silk is sweet and witty. I would willingly give my heart to Lily, who’s so very lonely.
I have a hard choice to make. Will I follow the future my parents demand or follow my heart with Greg by my side?
Why did I fall in love with a girl not destined for a guy like me?
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