The Art of Love: Origins of Sinner’s Grove

| May 20, 2014


The Art of Love: Origins of Sinner's Grove

How Much Would You Sacrifice for Love?

With nothing but a strong back and a barrel full of ambition, August Wolff finds wealth beyond measure in the frozen goldfields of the Klondike. Success, however, comes at an unbearably high price. Now Gus walks alone, and all the money in the world can’t buy him what he needs.

In the late 1800’s, when women are most often seen and not heard, Amelia Starling longs for a life limited only by her imagination. Blessed with abundant artistic talent and an even bigger heart, Lia moves to the bustling city of San Francisco, hoping to make her mark and living with the pain of a sacrifice no woman should ever have to make.

Two wounded yet defiant individuals meet at the dawn of a new century, discovering a passion eclipsing all they’d ever known. Longing to build a life together, can they overcome the dictates of a cruel and judgmental society?

An excerpt from the novel: [He lowered] his mouth to hers. Gently. Softly. After a moment he raised his head.

“I won’t break,” she whispered. She could hear the slightly petulant tone in her voice and wondered if he’d take offense. She looked up to see a slow smile make its way across his face. He had backed her up to the wall. “Then you’d better hold on,” he said.

The Art of Love is a prequel to the new romance series “Sinner’s Grove.” For more information on the series, please visit


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