Through a series of misunderstandings, female sculptor Dana Nixon loses her job as a server when a diner complains about her attitude to the owner. The complaining diner, Kenya Smithson, turns out to be a patron of the arts that Dana meets again at a gallery opening for local artists. Kenya finds it difficult to believe the rude, on the make, and extremely opinionated woman is the artist who makes such beautiful objects.
Since Dana lost her job as a server, she now drives a cab at night because it pays more while she creates artworks during the day. In an odd turn of fate, Dana becomes seriously injured on the job and Kenya feels responsible. Can Kenya make amends to Dana and make her whole again, as well as admit the feelings she has for the artist are not just about her sculptures? Find out when you read Sculpture Gardens, our love is set in stone.
ASIN: B01HDWYP76 (Kindle Version $2.99)
ISBN-13: 978-1534618237 (Print Version $9.99)
ISBN-10: 1534618236 (Print Version $9.99)
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