This is the final installment of the Art of Love series.
In this one, Drake is an artist and an art professor and Brooke, Jessica’s daughter, is a philosophy professor. Drake knows that he has something for the young, elusive Brooke, but something is holding him back. And Brooke’s obsessive fear concerning Drake’s job, more so his constant exposure to young, perky breasts, has her feeling insecure and lost, until you realize that there’s an underlying health concern behind the reasoning.
Quick and easy. Story had true-to-life characters that didn’t necessarily leap off the page, but you could empathize and relate in some way. The love story was honest and hopeful, and the wrap-up was clean and simple albeit a bit too convenient.
My rating: 3.5 stars