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'If you want something purely romantic, with a touch of humour- this novel, The Art of Loving, is for you.'
'I expected to cry but I didn't expect to laugh. The Art of Loving is romance through and through!'
Kelly has won a scholarship to work with an acclaimed artist in the beautiful German city of Heidelberg. She has also managed to arrange to stay with an ancient old aunt while she studies. So far so good. But what she hasn't accounted for is the angry, brooding presence of eminent nuclear physicist Max Dreiecke von Hartwald, who is not only her aunt's step-nephew, but also owns the magnificent house where her aunt lives. Nor has she realised that her aunt is dying and that Max believes that Kelly has materialised out of the woodwork at this precise moment in order to benefit from her substantial will.
‘This was such fun to write,’ says Helen Carey. ‘The contrast of the scatty, artistic Kelly with the sardonic arrogance of Max created great opportunities for both tension and humour. Being an artist myself I could put myself in Kelly's shoes as she struggles with the dilemma of needing to instill the required emotion into her art while trying to keep it at bay at home. Add in a pre-existing tension between the amorous art teacher and the gorgeously seductive Max Dreiecke von Hartwald and you can see that Kelly's problems are mounting by the moment. I read The Art of Loving again recently and my husband was highly amused that it made me both laugh and cry... I hope it will do the same for you!’