Sunday, August 5, 2012
Priceless by M.A. Church
Sparks ignite when Cupid takes aim at two mortals in Las Vegas: Randy Jones, an average guy on a company vacation, looks into Garrett’s eyes at a craps table and time stands still. Throwing aside everything he believes, Randy engages in a torrid two-night affair with Garrett—only to panic when he realizes he’s fallen in love.
Cynical billionaire Garrett Shiffler has everything money can buy, and most of his dates can’t see past the dollar signs. Life has taught him that innocence and love are figments of the imagination. But when Randy disappears, taking with him feelings Garrett thought he’d never know, Garrett wages the most important battle of his life to win Randy's love—but this time he fights with his heart, not his bank account.
Meanwhile, Cupid wonders what happened. His golden arrows never fail unless the Fates interfere. If Garrett wants to win Randy back, he’s going to have to do it on his own, because the Fates have other plans for Cupid.
This story was a surprising joy for me, I had read another reviewer's um review and thought that just flat out sounds interesting so i went and bought it. I'm so glad I did this story gave me exactly what I wanted lot's of laughter, extremely Hot sex, deep emotional struggles without it being too angsty and an adorable couple that I just fell in love with.
Randy is just the sweetest character, while on a business trip to Vegas he meets Garrett and ends up spending the weekend with him. Since that's not like Randy at all we get a sense of how strong this love could be, even the heart breaking race to the airport when Randy has to leave shows how strong his character really is. Garrett is a fun loving playboy of sorts but one weekend with Randy who isn't after Garretts money or what he can by him, wakes Garrett up to what could be. Although fate intervenes and these two need to decide what they really want, with some very fun and exciting Valentines day gifts, we get the chance to see if it possible for two completely different people to fall in love.
I will be honest this story stood so well on it's own that I forgot about the Cupid's part in it, so when all is revealed I loved the way that it played out and I love the fact that it ending with maybe another story for Garrett's friend let's hope. I Highly Recommend.