They say you marry a person and not a family, but tell that to a Larson bride.
A year has passed since his ex-wife remarried. Now Will Larson's adult sons have decided he needs their help to start dating again. His growing desperation to date retiring high school art teacher, Jessica Daniels, makes Will think suffering their help might be worth it.
He admires Jessica for her courageous art and for how she has dealt with the trauma of her life. Jessica assures Will she is incapable of lasting love, but he refuses to believe it’s true. Will is sure the only part of Jessica truly damaged by her past is her heart.
The skilled sculptor carves masterpieces from stone but soon discovers that he has a lot left to learn about the art of love.
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Art of Love Carved in Stone
I really appreciated the mixed perspectives and the characters. The fullness of the story and dialogue made me personally identity with the main character and felt that she finally got what she wanted.
I'm looking forward to seeing the next book in the series. And finding out if the son gets his girl.
Top of the line
Very very good can't wait to read the next!!!
Carved in Stone
This is a great book. I absolutely loved it. The characters were so interesting & beautifully weaved in, out & around this delightful book. I recommend this book HIGHLY. Can't wait to read the next one!