Ellie Buchanan has one goal: to become a world-renown stained-glass artist.
And she’s blessed with a billionaire father who encourages her dream. He’s treasured every piece of art she’s ever made: from the macaroni necklace in kindergarten to everything in her Etsy store now.
Literally everything in her shop—because in trying to be supportive, he keeps buying everything she makes. She has only one patron—her dad. How can she be a valid artist if he’s the only one who buys her creations?
Going to a newly opened arts center in the wilds of Ireland to teach and create an avant-garde installation is the perfect antidote to her father’s long reach. Freedom at long last! She has a clear window to realize her goal as well as a welcoming community behind her who doesn’t care about her father’s wealth.
And then there’s Brady McGrath, the village’s charming postman. Brady is the kind of guy widows give jams and jellies to and want their daughters to marry. He also has issues with his father, so they have that in common. All her life, she’s seen crimson light as the color of one’s truest love and passion, and she sees that with Brady.
Only her dad won’t let her cut the apron strings. When he arrives in the quaint Irish village, he’s determined to help her career and test her new boyfriend. His methods make her want to flee, but her heart wants her to stand her ground. Can she find a way to stop her father’s interference and follow her dreams in love and art? Maybe… Especially with the help from Brady, her new friends, and a matchmaking ghost.