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The Art of Romance

Book 2 of the Matchmakers Series
ISBN-13: 978-1-60260-990-7
Barbour Publishing

English professor Caylor Evans moved in with her grandmother five years ago when Sassy’s eyesight became too poor to get her driver’s license renewed. Though she is now writing sweet/inspirational romance novels, Caylor still draws inspiration for her heroes from the portfolio of covers and sample images drawn/painted by Patrick Callaghan for the steamy romances she used to write (as “Melanie Mason”), and dreams of meeting a man like that cover model. After losing his teaching position and being shunned by the fine-arts community in Philadelphia, artist Dylan Bradley has returned home to Nashville to regroup and determine the next step for his life. His grandparents offer him their guesthouse for as long as he wants it—along with plenty of opportunities to meet young women. Though it was years ago, Dylan is uncomfortable with the fact that his face—only slightly disguised—is on the covers of half a dozen steamy romance novels by Melanie Mason, the artwork he did to put himself through college under the pseudonym Patrick Callaghan. Especially after he meets Caylor Evans, a woman who has her life together in a way he only dreams of. Will Caylor and Dylan learn that the true art of romance is grounded in honesty and truth?

Coming May 2011

Posts about The Art of Romance
Super Saturday–When I Fell in Love
Sneak Peek at The Art of Romance
THE ART OF ROMANCE–The Inspiration
THE ART OF ROMANCE–Character Casting & Character Names
THE ART OF ROMANCE–The All-Important Secondary Characters
THE ART OF ROMANCE—The Art and Your Questions Answered
Book Covers and Character Casting
Cover Models
I’ve Been Hungry while Writing (real restaurants in The Art of Romance)
Sassy and Caylor’s House

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