Talented artist Zina married quite suddenly. Her new father-in-law is famous sculptor Vincent DeCosta, who would like Zina to participate in an exhibition with him. Camille, Zina's younger sister and
an art gallery owner, accompanies her to Bermuda, where Vincent has a home. Camille and Vincent are attracted to each other, but how will Camille's father, who
is the same age as her new beau, react?

This novel gives credence to the fantasy that love can come to two people of any age. The author's descriptive language brings the story to life, though readers unfamiliar with the world of art might feel a bit lost at times. (Jun., 280 pp., $5.99)
Susan Mobley

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Susan Mobley