J & L Wells
Publication date: March 2017
Genres: Adult, Romance
I gaze down into the small diamond solitaire, seeing the way the light manipulates its appearance. One small stone, yet it holds so many facets; a slight of hand, a shift of light and it’s all changed, the creation of a different and totally unique pattern. My eyes glance over this beautiful stone, watching all of its changes, and it transforms in an instant, much as the path of my life will soon transform.
At the tender age of twenty-seven, Natasha has twelve weeks until she marries Josh, during which time Josh is offered a fantastic opportunity to run his dad’s company in Florida. Natasha is left at home, but there’s plenty to keep her mind occupied, with her sister’s pregnancy and an artist who paints her portrait – a surprise wedding present to Josh.
Gabriel Owens is a partially sighted artist, who is both sarcastic and short in stature. In his presence, the flaws in his character are exacerbated by Natasha’s seeming ability to say all the wrong things at all the wrong times. But time has a strange way of changing one’s mind, and over the three weeks he is painting her portrait, they become close friends.
Gabriel and Natasha are thrown together, two kindred spirits with very different issues they need to overcome.
Gabriel confesses that he has feelings for her. “Perfect, no, but you’ve no need to be, because, Natasha, I love every one of them … I love them all, every one of your perfect imperfections.”
Gabriel Owens, one hot British Artist. This is the first book in the moment’s series; it can be read as a standalone, no cliff hangers but a heartfelt ending that defiantly won’t disappoint.
Judy Wells works at a school; in her spare time she enjoys writing poetry and novels, and spending time with her animals. She also lives in Staffordshire, England.
Laura and Judy are a mother and daughter duo; with Judy’s love of poetry and writing and Laura’s ideas, they work extremely well together. Time-travel and historical romance novels are their passion, and they hope that after you have read their books, you will feel the same.