I just wanted to give a shout out to this book I discovered last week. I've never read anything by Kerry Adrienne before but I loved this book. And I will admit that I bought the book based solely on the fact the cover model reminds me of Adam Lambert. There's just something about the eyes that grab you. Thank goodness, it was a fabulous read as well.
In the Artist's Touch, you will find two very different main characters. One with an agenda for everything he does. Kenon the much sought after artist, who paints portraits that no longer bring him joy. He's a tortured soul denying that real love exists in the world.
The other is a gentle soul looking for an outlet for his creativity. Wally struggles to stay afloat tending bar and picking up the odd job here and there. What he really wants to do is write and write something meaningful.
The story stretches both men to grow and change and develop into the men they are destined to be. Along the way, they slip and they fall, the push away and the come together and the reader is left hoping that they find what the each need in the other.
There is a second book in what looks to be a series and I highly anticipate reading it as well.