The Artist's Redemption

The Artist's Redemption

Something Wonderful Book 2

"It sounds perfect to me." Listen as editor Rebecca Heyman critiques the first line of The Artist's Redemption.

She was everything he never knew he wanted. He was everything she was determined to avoid.

A problem-plagued painter 

Problems are piling up for Alexandre Marchand. His last courtship ended in failure. Nightmares have been invading his waking thoughts, he can’t concentrate on his art and to make matters worse, someone is selling forgeries of his work. He’s running dangerously low on funds and sets out to find a wealthy widow, or perhaps a biddable heiress. Instead, he encounters Regina Townsend, who is neither biddable nor wealthy. Used to keeping to himself, he doesn’t have any wish to play the hero. But if anyone ever needed one, it’s Regina.

A rogue-resistant runaway 

Regina Townsend will protect her daughter and unborn child at all costs. With nowhere else to turn to escape her greedy brother-in-law, she flees to an abandoned cottage on England’s southern coast. She has a plan to secure her future. One that doesn’t require help from any man. Certainly not a silver-tongued, golden-haired lying rogue.

Can a piglet, a forged painting and Castle Soup bring them together?