Immortal Legacy Series Book 2
The magic started in STITCHES and blossoms in BRUSHES, the second installment of the Collinses’ quest to transform their lives from ordinary to extraordinary as they sleuth their way toward retirement.
The power of art makes big waves for Jean and Spence Collins. With the magic of the ancient fabric still inside of them, the Collinses make their first visit to their newly inherited B&B in Richmond, Virginia. While there, Jean becomes obsessed with a small painting called The Dancing Boy. She says the painting speaks to her—and it really does! It has secrets to tell, and so do members of the immortal Gaines family who come out of eternal retirement.
Immortality really can be a choice, and the possibility of it ignites a passion in the Collinses to realize their dreams in this life. Jean and Spence have no idea the firestorm they’re about to unleash after they bring The Dancing Boy home to Portland, Oregon. When they take the painting to the museum to be cleaned by a gifted art student, the worlds of fine art, financial fraud, and magic converge to draw Jean and Spence into the deadly game of a Ponzi scheme—a game that puts both their magical painting and their inheritance at risk.
But the Collinses have a plan. Together with their friend at the FBI, agent Jon Segert, Jean and Spence realize the best way to combat greed is to create a living legacy of generosity—with a little immortal help.
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All the characters are well developed and that is what really makes this book for me. I like all the details. This is not a quick read, but it is definitely worth the time to not miss any of the details. All I can say is, I want an immortal dog too now!
I LOVED her first book and BRUSHES was a chance to revisit these wonderful characters and travel through their terrific magical heartwarming world. We also got to meet wonderful new characters such as Dillon and Legs. It was the best of Hart to Hart with warm, smart, and endearing adventures. I can hardly wait for my next adventures with Jean, Spence, Jon, Dillon and hopefully more of the characters I have grown to love and care about.