Product description : Two crazy grannies scheme to untie their artistic grandchildren. When twenty-eight year old Dylan Bradley, a former steamy romance illustrator, meets Caylor Evans, he’s trying to build up a new professional reputation while recovering from a bad breakup with an older woman. Meanwhile, thirty-four year old Caylor, having once written titillating romances under a pseudonym, now pens inspirational novels. When they form a professional alliance and Caylor’s manuscript is paired with Dylan’s proposed sketches for its book cover, suspicions arise. Can Dylan and Caylor discover the true art of romance while hiding secrets from their past?
The Art of Romance grabbed me from the first page and held me captive until the last. Kaye has a way creating three dimensional characters that are so flawed and so likeable. The plot she weaved was very simple, yet felt complex. I loved the dynamics between the three friends : Caylor, Zarah and Flannery–I wanted to be their fourth friend! And the grandmothers, Sassy and Perty. They mettled yet it was clearly out of love, so the characters didn’t mind in the end.
If you are looking for a great romance, pick up The Art of Romance!
Disclosure of Material Connection: As an influencer, I received this book free from Barbour and the author. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
Filed under: Book Review on May 22nd, 2011