Stormi's Review: Art of Affection by Ellen Butler
Publisher: Crimson Romance
Released: August 24, 2015
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Holly Hartland has spent the last year in Los Angeles finalizing her divorce from an abusive husband and getting her career as an art gallery curator back on track while trying to raise her young daughter. She shares a nanny with LAPD detective Gary Sumner, whose wife ran off to France with another man, abandoning him and his daughter. With full-time careers to juggle, Gary and Holly end up relying on each other to help keep watch over their girls, who’ve become fast friends. The platonic co-parenting roles they’ve adopted are perfect for two people who’ve sworn off romance, but the burgeoning sexual chemistry they share proves hard to ignore. When a Christmas wish puts the children in danger, Holly and Gary are forced to set aside their trust issues and work as a real team to keep their families safe. But can they overcome their baggage enough to open up their hearts to love?
Five Star Review
I was provided an ARC of Art of Affection in exchange for an honest review. I would like to thank Ellen Butler for the opportunity to read her work.
This was a great book. It was filled with romance and it was action packed too. In this book two unlikely, but yet likely, people meet, raise their girls, and eventually fall in love. I really loved this book. Together Holly and Gary face real life challenges in raising their children. Then the unthinkable happens and together they deal and soon realize they are in love and have been for a long time. Definitely a great installment in a great series.