is a very temperamental artist who knows how to push
peoplesí buttons and in most cases not in a good way.
Preparing for his latest Manhattan showing his unpredictable
mood is in full swing much to the chagrin of Ben, the man in
charge of the construction crew remolding the gallery. Ben
proves to be an impressive adversary and one Victor could
doesnít know what to make of the delicate artist with the
devil tongue. Part of him wants to kill him while the other
part of him wants to kiss every inch of him. Spending time
alone with Victor after the rest of his crew leaves for the
evening Ben is finding the need to kiss Victor is much
stronger than he thought.
from two different worlds prove that opposites certainly do
attract in Jade Falconerís Eye of the Beholder.
This was a fantastic story. Victor is very soft and
delicate in appearance but donít let appearances fool you,
Victor has a weapon in his words. But I found Victorís
attitude was his way of protecting himself, in reality he
was very insecure about his art, and how people may perceive
him, but he was not one to show that on the outside. Ben
was awesome! Heís this big beautiful brawny construction
worker who has nothing in common with someone like Victor
except that he also could not see his own worth. I like
them together because they had a special love without being
schmaltzy. Normally I love the sweet and mushy romances but
it would not have fit for Victor and Ben. Ms Falconer did a
great job with these characters and I enjoyed reading
Eye of the Beholder.