Lily Astor is talented in what she does. So talented she has her ideas stolen, and then she is accused of being the thief. Six years later she is ready to again display her works. The man who was present at her first opening that she was attracted to is now the owner of the gallery that is to show her works. He didn’t stand up the first time around, what can she expect this time?
Kyle has changed and grown in the last six years. When he realized who Lily is, and the part he played in her past, he is determined to protect her at all costs. Can she believe he has grown into a man, and is no longer just a player?
She who has the most talent should prevail, not she who has the biggest bust line. Lily’s nemesis of six years ago is at it again, but Lily has changed. The relationship between Lily and Kyle was quick, but not totally unbelievable. The confrontation between Lily and her nemesis was satisfying and long overdue. Kyle's Redemption is a short read that had plenty of steam, and a story line that added a little drama and indignation on the readers part for the heroine. Kyle came through, and while not a set in stone happily ever after, there is the promise of one.