Beyond the gold and glamour, one man holds her heart…
For years Annie Wilson has been obsessed with the sensational work of her favorite artist, Devlin McAllister. She jumps on the opportunity coordinate the move of his exhibition from Ireland to New York. As she had always dreamed, she begins to fall in love with him. But Devlin's world of champagne and high-class living soon loses its charm.
It's the welcoming, warm side of Dublin she sees on the arm of fun- loving Sean that she's drawn to. As she struggles to maintain the fantasy with Devlin, she realizes all that glitters is not gold.
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All That Glitters by Anna Grace is a beautiful romance that shows the reader that what you want isn’t always what you think it is. Annie has to learn an important lesson to find what she is looking for. I enjoyed the chemistry between the characters and the flow of the plot throughout All That Glitters.
Annie has traveled to Dublin, Ireland for a business trip. Annie Wilson works as a curator for the Sheridan Gallery. Ever since Annie saw Devlin’s work, she has been enthralled.
Devlin McAllister is the founder of Serenity Silver. He is a great artist. That is why when an opportunity to move Devlin’s art work from Ireland to New York comes up, Annie jumps at the chance. Annie cannot wait to see Devlin. Annie is hoping that some sparks fly between her and Devlin.
Though there is one other person that Annie did not count on and that is Sean. Sean is the brother of Mary. Mary is Annie’s liaison while she is in Ireland.
All That Glitters is the first book I have read by author, Anna Grace. What attracted me to this book was the word “Ireland.” I have always dreamed of going there someday. So, of course, I had to check this book out. I am glad that I did. I like all the characters in this book. They were jovial, had good personalities and were people that I would want to and hope to hang out with someday when I visit Ireland. Sean and Mary were great. They bickered like brother and sister but in a good way. Sean had a more light-hearted personality, whereas, Devlin was the debonair one. I am not going to give anything away but I am glad to see Annie picked the right guy in the end. Also, it was nice to see Annie was not a shy wall flower. Annie needed to have a great personality as well to help her shine. The romance is on the sweet side. All that Glitters is a shining gem!
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