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Still Life and Muse: the complete edition (Books 1-2) Jodi LaPalm

Still Life and Muse: the complete edition (Books 1-2)

Jodi LaPalm

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How do you heal a life you no longer recognize?The STILL LIFE series (Books 1-2) is now in one edition for convenient, back-to-back reading!STILL LIFE (Book 1) -- This gritty romance focuses on one womans debilitating heartbreak over the loss of herMoreHow do you heal a life you no longer recognize?The STILL LIFE series (Books 1-2) is now in one edition for convenient, back-to-back reading!STILL LIFE (Book 1) -- This gritty romance focuses on one womans debilitating heartbreak over the loss of her husband and the desire to heal a life she no longer recognizes.Almost one year has passed since the death of her husband, and Julia is still reeling from the loss. Unable to go back, she reluctantly embarks on a journey abroad in the desperate hope she can learn to move forward. Follow her struggle to come to terms with who she once was and who she must become as it unfolds against the backdrop of a historic and surprisingly romantic London.MUSE (Book 2) -- This follow-up to STILL LIFE continues the precarious love story of Julia and Gabriel as they attempt to overcome separation and disconnect to finally merge their lives into one.Julia has finally made the decision to live in the heart of the North Carolina mountains with her son Blake and new love Gabriel. It is there she places the finishing touches upon a fictional, yet disturbingly personal account of her time in London. As the struggle to write of her past adds to an already difficult transition, she and Gabriel - a painter - find themselves separated by a mutual need to create.Their subsequent retreat into a life fabricated solely on paper and canvas brings isolated comfort and severe disconnect from each other and the world beyond. Will the distance prove too great with every stroke of the pen and brush? Or can the very art that divides them also help to heal?