The Art Of Falling In Love

Julia Ramsey was cold when she entered the offices of Art Revived, a restoration company. Located near Little Rock, it was spring but still cold and damp. She had a weakness for coffee, art and Darius Holcombe. Her plus size makes her feel unattractive. You become immediately a part of Julia's story. You feel for her because of her weight problem but more so because she feels this makes her unattractive.

If you enjoy a short read, this is a romance with more than one twist, yet still a short read. It's a page turner and you won't want to put it down until you have finished the book.

You end up wanting more and will keep waiting patiently for more. If you need an uplift, read this book. It is a sweet and quick uplift to the spirits. You don't have to try hard at reading; it's easy on the brain and the heart. It eases the tensions you may have. You can just sit, read and enjoy the book. No trying to figure who did what to whom.

Anyone who has ever been in love can easily relate to the characters and their lives. You will definitely want more, especially on those days when life is a little too much. The book satisfies the soul.

Book Blurb for The Art Of Falling In Love

Julia Ramsey, an art restoration technician with Art Revived, has a weakness for coffee, beautiful art, and widowed Darius Holcombe. Her attraction doesn't seem to be returned, however, and she self-consciously chalks it up to her plus-sized frame.

Darius Holcombe is finally starting to think about another woman for the first time since his wife passed away. Unfortunately, he doesn't quite know what to do about it. Julia Ramsey is smart, gorgeous, and way out of his league.

A relationship seems hopeless until Julia meets Imogene and Herbert who offer sage advice and a little push in Darius' direction. The trouble is they're figures in an 18th century painting she's restoring--a painting with a haunted past.

Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2012 3.50