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Work of Art Book 2~The Unveiling by [Clampett, Ruth]
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About the Author

Ruth Clampett, daughter of legendary animation director, Bob Clampett, has spent a lifetime surrounded by art and animation. A graduate of Art Center College of Design, her careers have included graphic design, photography, VP of Design for WB Stores and teaching photography at UCLA. She now runs her own studio as the fine art publisher for Warner Bros. where she’s had the opportunity to know and work with many of the greatest artists in the world of animation and comics. The Work of Art Trilogy is Ruth’s third publishing endeavor, following Animate Me and Mr. 365. She lives in Los Angeles and is heavily supervised by her teenage daughter, lovingly referred to as Snarky, who loves art and visiting museums as much as her mom.

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  • File Size: 1507 KB
  • Print Length: 246 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Clampett Studio (January 5, 2015)
  • Publication Date: January 5, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00R5D2ZDK
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #488,566 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Well as usual Ruth has knocked it out of the park! I was already smitten with Maxwell and he broody and erratic behavior in Work of Art but in the Unveiling I fell hopelessly in love. Though at the end, I have to say I’m not very happy with him, but this is Max and he is the way he is and I still love him faults and all!
The Unveiling takes us through the next chapter in the lives of Max and Ava and what appears in the beginning like it will be sunshine and roses from here on out, quickly evaporates… Just like any true romance/love story there are many issues to overcome when getting to know someone, but getting to know someone like Max has more challenges then most.

Sometimes people just can’t take a hint and those pesky ex-almost-lovers just won’t go away. Ava is so easy to love and even though Max knows this his jealousy over her past fully engulfs him at times, which leads to epic lovers quarrels, that break your heart. The tears will flow during this book for sure. Ava has to navigate so carefully with him. It makes it difficult to really and truly be open and honest, though she does an amazing job handling him, Max is still difficult to say the least. Their passion in this continuation is off the charts! When they finally come together it’s like fireworks on the 4th of July. Sometimes they even burn too bright, and passion becomes obsession. Max teeters on the edge at times knowing fully well that he needs to dial back his addiction to Ava’s calming presence and find peace in other things. Some of his new found hobbies will make you fall all that much more in love with him! GAH! He’s one of those characters that makes you want to scream and hug him all at the same time…

Overcoming demons is no easy feat for Max.
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The Unveiling comes as book two in Ruth Clampett’s Work of Art series picking up right where book one left us slightly hanging. Just as in the first book of the series, The Unveiling tells the reader the story of Max Caswell and Ava Jacobs through Ava’s voice in a seamlessly fluid way. The plot thickens even as reader questions from book one are dutifully answered. Clampett once again writes very openly to the reader yet subtly leaving small details hanging as to intrigue us more for the third book.

Chaotic thoughts in the form of storytelling from Ava give the reader a bird’s eye view into her mind helping us understand the finer details of her of choices and the mess Max has made of her mind and her heart. As the book progresses so does Ava's posture about ther situations with both Max and Jonathan. She’s confused as a heroine, unsure if her love for a seemingly unhealthy, broken artist can be enough for the both of them to survive their feelings. And conversely she's conflicted about the debonair publisher out to woo her since through her, we learn more about the illustrious Jonathan – whom captivates for a reason. We get glimpses of her strength as a woman as Max comes back into her life. She grew exponentially in book two.

Speaking of growth, there’s a lot to be said for Max Caswell in The Unveiling. The man sees something good, strong, and healthy so he tries to uproot his ingrained ideologies and trust from faith rather than disregard from unhealthy mistrust. His interactions make more sense as he opens up his heart. The two of them are a heady combination together. Passion and fireworks when it’s just the two of them in their own little bubble. I fell a little harder for Max in this book.
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Ruth Clampett's writing talents have blossomed with this second book in her 'Work of Art' series. The love between tortured, emotional artist Max, and up and coming Writer and burgeoning media figure Ava blossoms with flourish...and a goodly share of weeds in the garden of their love- which makes for a nicely tense and fascinating read. Clampett's vast knowledge of the ins and outs of the world of the working and successful modern Artist and all the strata of that are clearly presented throughout the story and add to the interest. Highly charged and well-choreographed erotic scenes, the drama of building a relationship with the elephant in the room of Max's mental illness as a third party in Max and Ava's relationship add to the intrigue. The story progresses at a comfortable pace, the stumbles and challenges balanced nicely with the wonderful moments of love and romance. Can Max handle Ava being a sought after Art writer and possible media figure without having a meltdown at every turn? The story keeps you guessing! At novel's end, though the book covers a nice arc, you will definitely be dying to know how it all works out in the third book in the series! Can't wait. Great peripheral characters too, a very rich cast of characters.
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The Unveiling by Ruth Clampett is an amazing story. Just Wow! Clampett has such a way of telling and detailing that I get completely pulled in to the lives of these characters. I do not fully understand the darkness, but that is what makes the story credible. I am not meant to understand it, that is how I am able to relate to the supporting characters. Poor Max. I just want to make it better for him. But oh, the cliff hanger. Its a doozie.
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