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The Portrait - Megan Chance
The Portrait
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Scarred by his past, the reigning master of the New York art world, Jonas Whitaker, hid behind his talent in a glittering emptiness--until Imogene pushes her way into his life. She has come to learn from the master--his artist's secrets and his amazing passion. She wants to be swept up into his... show more
Scarred by his past, the reigning master of the New York art world, Jonas Whitaker, hid behind his talent in a glittering emptiness--until Imogene pushes her way into his life. She has come to learn from the master--his artist's secrets and his amazing passion. She wants to be swept up into his seductive world--until she sees the price he paid for his talent. Original.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780440220800 (0440220807)
Publisher: Dell
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
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La Mala *the mean girl*
La Mala *the mean girl* rated it
4.0 The Portrait
Voy a permitirle un largo suspiro satisfecho a mi romàntica obsesiva interior.Ahhhhh...¿Còmo no me va a gustar una historia de amor sobre un pintor manìaco-depresivo y su estudiante depresiva y emocionalmente-dependiente? La combinaciòn ideal . Muy buen libro en el gènero .
tamabam
tamabam rated it
Wow. I gotta say this book is unlike any historical romance I can remember reading. I'm going to use the word dark simply because I can't think of another at the moment but I'm not sure it fits. THIS REVIEW IS KINDA SPOILERISH.The Portrait is extremely well-written. Not only can the author creat...
trewen
trewen rated it
5.0 The Portrait
This story is like a car wreck. I couldn't look away. Jonas and Imogene had experienced so much isolation and pain that I have never wanted relief for two people more. The emotions are so beautifully portrayed..despair, understanding, hope. And friendship; Rico was so....true.I'm still thinking abou...
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it
5.0 The Portrait
The Portrait was dark, angsty and riveting. At times, I wasn’t sure that I liked Jonas. However, I came to see that his initial cruelty towards Imogene arose out of his despair, his hopelessness about his life. People are often cruel out of self-defense. He felt a sense of powerlessness about h...
willaful
willaful rated it
5.0 The Portrait
A lovely historical romance about a bipolar artist in 1855. I read about it somewhere and sought it out because I was curious as to how the author would pull off the traditional happy-ever-after for someone mentally ill. She did a beautiful job, I thought, and kept it very real. It made me think abo...
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