A Season for Painting
When best-selling author Kieran McCullough Burnett unwittingly steals a parking space from artist Brynn Sullivan, it is hate at first sight. However, when Kieran's eccentric world-famous artist grandmother and their undeniable chemistry play a hand in bringing the two anti-marriage artists together, fighting the concept of love and marriage becomes far more challenging. More
Book #8 in the McCullough Romance Series.
It has been two years since the last McCullough cousin got married, and Kieran McCullough Burnett is starting to feel the pressure. Despite several of his cousins claiming that they would never go near the altar, only to give in once struck down by love, he is determined to remain a bachelor. The best-selling author has no interest in marriage. He is happy living his reclusive live, writing away to his heart's content on his grandmother's estate. Until his heart takes a detour in the direction of one particular spirited Irish artist.
Brynn Sullivan does not believe in marriage. She isn't even certain that she believes in love, at least not for herself. She is still suffering the ramifications of her parents' divorce and her own failed relationships. The one thing she does believe in is her art and the unconditional love of a funny-looking abandoned dog. At least until she meets Kieran McCullough Burnett and his eccentric, world-renowned artist grandmother, both of whom enchant her and bring her into a world of art, acceptance, and love. And remind her of what it means to be part of a family.
Will two people who have fought the concept of love and marriage finally give into them both?
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