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Book Review: Private Internship





Private Internship (An Art of Love Novel Book 2) by Kitsy Clare: Sometimes sugar isn’t so sweet and secrets can be deadly...especially with matters of the heart.
Sienna’s bestie, Harper warned her not to intern for famous bad boy artist, Casper Mason. After all, he just fired Harper who helped Sienna get the interview. But the moment Sienna sees Casper—or Caz—sweaty, practically shirtless and swinging from chains as he works on his sculpture, she’s hooked. He’s the richest, hottest artist in New York, and he lives in the fabulous Williamsburg Sugar Factory. But he’s also an incorrigible game-player, who seems to relish testing Sienna’s loyalty with a string of unsettling tests.
She knows she should get away fast. But by the time Sienna sneaks into his locked storage room and begins to unearth his dark and terrifying secret, she’s fallen way too hard for the handsome, charismatic Caz.

Liza's thoughts: The story line is original, but after reading the first book "Model Position" my heart was broken a few times. There is so much I want to say, but there are too many spoilers. When I read this book it made me feel like it was a book that makes you see that everyone has their demons (anxieties) to fight and some handle them differently than others. It is a book about forgiveness and love that strengthens you to want more and to give up what you hold on to to get it. But who is giving up what?? ;)

I like the book, but the reason I did not rate it higher was because I felt there were some crucial scenes that were shortened and deserved more detail. I also thought the author wrote semi clean yet sexy, but would through in words that were uncalled for. It seemed out of place. Without those and with the one scene more prominent, I would say it was a strong 4 or 4 and a quarter hearts.

If you like romance that is not all sappy and sweet I would recommend this book. I cannot wait to read another one of this authors creations. Goes to show that although the hearts and starts may not equal what you think is "great", does not mean you should not give a book a chance. Happy reading!








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