I’m very pleased to be releasing this new version of The Colors of Love, a romance novel I originally wrote for Kensington books a few years ago. I had a lot of fun writing this novel, and editing the novel in preparation for this new release brought me some joyous memories of my uncle, the artist John Keast, who passed away recently. John had a passionate interest in life, people, and art. My journey back through the love story of my fictitious artist heroine, Jamie Ferguson, brought some wonderful memories back for me.
The Colors of Love – now available!!
“Ms. Grant creates a masterpiece … romance at its best.” Rendezvous.
Dr. Alexander Kent feels disturbing surges of both irritation and desire every time he encounters Seattle artist Jamie Ferguson. Alex likes order, efficiency, and women who are as sensible and reliable as he is. With her riot of red curls and flashing emerald eyes, Jamie is the very picture of a restless spirit – the kind of woman he knows all too well: here today and gone tomorrow.
Jamie finds Alex domineering and strangely gruff. But when she begins painting his portrait in gold and rose hues, she discovers that his scowl hides a well of tenderness. It’s up to her to show him that the growing love they share is not only red-hot, but also enduring, timeless, and simply meant to be.