Carved In Stone (Contemporary Romance, Humor, Family and Relationships) (Art of Love Series) Reviews

| July 31, 2013

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Carved In Stone (Contemporary Romance, Humor, Family and Relationships) (Art of Love Series)

Even though his sons tease him about not dating, and his ex-wife thinks he is still hung up on her, 53 yr old retired principal and stone sculptor, William Everett Larson, is glad he waited to date until he found 47 yr old high school art teacher, Jessica Anderson. He admires Jessica for her courageous art and for how she has dealt with her life. As far as Will can tell, the only part of Jessica damaged by her past is her heart. Jessica assures Will she is incapable of lasting love, but Will refuses to believe it’s true.

Carved in Stone, the first installment in Donna McDonald’s Art of Love series, is a refreshing and unapologetic look at love after fifty. To find myself so deeply invested in the characters as I was, truly made this book that much better for me. I highly recommend Carved in Stone by Donna McDonald as a romance novel for the “rest of us”. Her writing proves that there’s deeply sexual and passionate love to be had after fifty if you stay true to who you are, and I look forward to the next installment in the series. ~ Leanna, TwoLipsReviews.com

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