Marty Cole was promised that his
uncle’s half of his business would one day pass to him. Upon
his uncle’s death, he learns that his uncle has left him a
business partner to deal with, and stipulations. The
stipulations are hard enough, but to have to work
side-by-side with Simon Deschamps is not going to be easy.
Marty loathes Simon as a person and yet is undeniably
attracted to him. Things start off rocky, and then a
revelation comes about that not only makes things easier,
but also explains a lot.
Marty seems to be an ungrateful
individual, while Simon is calm, cool, collected, and closed
up. An excellent portrayal of why one should never judge
another too quickly. The Gallery on Main Street
is a wonderful story with a good plot, well-rounded
characters and an excellent underlying lesson.