Very good. Sculpture, sexual attraction and severe indecision collide in this colourful and charming fifth novel from the bestselling author of Cat and Chloe. Fen McCabe, 28, has only ever loved one man-the 19th century sculptor Julius Fetherstone. Working as an archivist for Trust Art, she hopes to uncover a clue to the whereabouts of a vast marble Fetherstone sculpture which has been missing for decades. Matt Holden, thirty, editor of Trust Art's magazine, is intrigued by Fen. James Caulfield, fifty, a gardener in Derbyshire, is forever fending off his bank manager, so he decides to sell his two small Fetherstones. When Fen is sent to assess the works, James Caulfield assesses Fen. So begins Fen's romantic exploration of two very different men. Same as picture, ships media because of weight, Softcover, edgewear, $$$$ 4/09.
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