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Book Review: The Masterpiece





The Masterpiece (Work of Art #3) by Ruth Clampett: Has Max, the bad boy of the art world been tamed just as his girlfriend, Ava’s star begins to shine? Anything can happen in Los Angeles, a world where heroes become villains and the rogue saves the day.

An unexpected plane ticket leads our heroine to a meeting that will change her life.

What happens when what’s most precious to you slips out of your grasp? How fiercely will you fight for the one you love?

Join Max and Ava for the dramatic and passionate conclusion to the Work of Art trilogy.

TeriLyn's thoughts: The Work of Art Series has been an emotional roller coaster ride of emotions while Max and Ava sort out their feelings, learning how to love to each other. Ruth Clampett once again delivers a satisfying book rooted in the dog-eat-dog world of art and entertainment. The characters she writes provide depth and layers to her stories.

I've been a fan of Max and Ava from their very first, impromptu dinner together. The push/pull of their relationship sometimes didn't connect with me. But in The Masterpiece I really felt substantial growth from both these characters, Max especially. His vulnerabilities still exposed, Max learns to cope with the exposures maturely in order to get the girl he really wants.

The secondary cast of characters really works for me too, here. They're always there when the tension needs cut. But it's really all about Max and Ava. There were parts of this story that didn't feel natural, at points I got a little bit bored but never enough to detract from discovering where these two end.

I really enjoyed this series from Ruth Clampett and definitely recommend for NA lovers.







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