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by Celeste O. Norfleet

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural

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Kennedy Evans has finally found her niche in life as the curator of ancient Nubian art at a museum. Always traveling to look for ideal pieces is just what Kennedy needs to keep herself busy. One of a set of triplets (with one sister married and pregnant with twins and her brother newly wed), Kennedy is doing her best to avoid a close family friend and matchmaker, Mamma Lou.

Kennedy enjoys her freedom, and one way she expresses that is by flying down the highway on her Harley-Davidson Sportster whenever she can. The current stress in her life, however, is that there has been a theft of a Nubian piece, which appears to be an inside job. FBI agent Juwan Mason, a man known for having a cold heart, is on the job. But he's not all work--he clearly hopes to meet the Harley driver in person.

While The Fine Art of Love is a good book, it gets a bit convoluted toward the end, which takes away from the enjoyment of a strong read. (Nov., 320 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Robin Taylor

Publisher: BET/Arabesque

Published: November 2005

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