Thursday, April 21, 2011

Review: The Artist's Granddaughter by Robin Bayne

The Artist's Granddaughter by Robin Bayne

Publisher: White Rose Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 1



When Megan bids on her grandfather's painting, the last thing she expects is to be outbid by Michael Kirk, her first love. He left town years ago leaving her reputation--and her heart--in tatters.

She must keep her grandfather's final legacy in her family, but Michael claims to need it for his career. He also claims to want Megan back in his life, and her betraying heart doesn't mind the idea...but does Michael want her or the painting?

Clare's Review

Megan is desperate to keep her grandfather's last painting in the family, to the point of bidding her entire life savings on it. Losing the auction on the final bid is bad enough. Losing it to Michael, the man she loved and lost everything to – including her reputation - is another thing all together.

In this story, Robin Bayne has woven an intricate set of characters and situations that leap from the pages. I read this in one sitting, unable to put it down. Megan still loves Michael and does all she can to resist falling for him again. The tender love story lingers long after the last page is turned. Definitely one to keep and read again.

5 Tea Cups!

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