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The Art of Healing

Jeanne Felfe

Publisher: Jeanne Felfe

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Named a quarter-finalist in The Booklife Prize 2017 Contest! 
 
...This satisfying novel has a traditional romance plot, but infuses it with a depth and introspection that keeps the story fresh. No space is wasted on tangents, and the plot comes to a gratifying climax. - The Booklife Prize 2017 
When everything falls apart, Julianne must embark on a journey of the heart and soul … 
Julianne Garvoli is content with her life as a pediatric nurse. She is following her every dream, or so she believes. After her idyllic world is shattered, she must reconcile her lost past to rediscover her deepest passion. 
Jokob O'Callaghan, a world-renowned photographer, lives a life most could only imagine—until cancer delivers a direct and devastating slam. He walls himself off, focusing solely on his art. 
When one of Jokob's photos brings them together, even love may not be enough to keep them that way. Tragic circumstances and long silent dreams work to sever their bond. Can they each find a way to heal, love, and follow dreams together? 
Jeanne Felfe delivered a torrent that left me speechless, white knuckled and gripping the safety bar, yet all the while cheering—Heather Rexon-Capewell, Editor

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