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- Book 2 of 3 in Work of Art (3 Book Series)
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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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love the story, I prefered Max as E, but still love the story.Published 2 months ago by Carmen Escobar
I can't shout it out or recommend this series enough. This is the second installment for the series Work of Art by Ruth Clampett and I was once again drawn in immediately. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Stephanie Brown
Ruth Clampett is an amazing story teller ... Better than fifty shades by a million timesPublished 15 months ago by Kevin
A continuation of a brilliant story. Everyone has had dark moments in their lives and some are darker than others. Read morePublished 16 months ago by heather fellows
Work of Art~The Unveiling did not disappoint. We see Ava struggling to love the flawed Max. He is not an easy person to love. Ava sticks to her guns and remains true to herself. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Susan Lee Stump
*Do not read The Unveiling if you have not read yet read Work of Art book 1*
Finally, I had the chance to dive into Ruth Clampett’s, Work of Art book 2, The Unveiling. Read more
Book 2 picks up rather quickly, if you have read book 1, you already know Max has gone missing. Total meltdown. Read more
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