Painting the Moon




      Painting the Moon
When Noelle Cooke inherits a quaint English cottage and an art gallery from her famous Aunt Joy, she welcomes a departure from her San Diego routine But the lure of the Cotswolds, combined with a locked cottage room and a revealing journal, entice her to stay and discover , including a way to save the gallery from financial ruin And that means remaining in England When her childhood sweetheart, Adam Spencer, begins work on a restoration project in Noelle s village, their friendship blossoms But as her feelings for Adam deepen, she struggles with memories of what might have been and yearns for a future once thought lost Faced with a life altering revelation Aunt Joy took to her grave and a wrenching choice regarding the man she loves, Noelle could lose far than her heart. New Download Books Painting the Moon By Traci Borum – heartforum.co.uk

Traci Borum is a writing teacher and native Texan She s also an avid reader of women s fiction, most especially Elin Hilderbrand and Rosamunde Pilcher novels Since the age of 12, she s written poetry, short stories, magazine articles, and novels.Traci also adores all things British She even owns a British dog Corgi and is completely addicted to Masterpiece Theater must be all those dreamy accents Aside from having big dreams of getting a book published, it s the little things that make her the happiest deep talks with friends, a strong cup of hot chocolate, a hearty game of fetch with her Corgi, and puffy white Texas clouds always reminding her to look up, slow down, enjoy your life You can follow Traci on Facebook and Twitter

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      Painting the Moon
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  • Paperback
  • 300 pages
  • Painting the Moon
  • Traci Borum
  • English
  • 07 October 2018
  • 1940215323

10 thoughts on “ Painting the Moon

  1. Sandy *The world could end while I was reading and I would never notice* says:

    3.5 stars upgraded to four stars for this romance with just a little mystery from Traci Borum.Noelle is lured to the Cotswolds from San Diego following the death of her Aunt Joy, a renowned artist Unhappy in her job, and faced with an irate boss who objects to extending her time off so that she can tidy up her aunt s estate, Noelle throws in her job and remains in England, determined to save her aunt s gallery from the financial ruin it is facing.A locked room in the cottage, her aunt s journal 3.5 stars upgraded to four stars for this romance with just a little mystery from Traci Borum.Noelle is lured to the Cotswolds from San Diego following the death of her Aunt Joy, a renowned artist Unhappy in her job, and faced with an irate boss who objects to extending her time off so that she can tidy up her aunt s estate, Noelle throws in her job and remains in England, determined to save her aunt s gallery from the fina...

  2. Monty J Heying says:

    I have trouble classifying this as a Romance novel or Women s Fiction because Wuthering Heights is my only basis for comparison I know little about those genres I was moved by this book because the characters showed me what was in their hearts and after closing the book I felt a sense of loss, wondering what happens next in their lives.The scene that moved me was when Noelle sees Adam for the first time in fourteen years It is a surprise meeting to both Noelle and the reader, arranged by Noel I have trouble classifying this as a Romance novel or Women s Fiction because Wuthering Heights is my only basis for comparison I know little about those genres I was moved by this book because the characters showed me what was in their hearts and after closing the book I felt a sense of loss, wondering what happens next in their lives.The scene that moved me was when Noelle sees Adam for the first time in fourteen years It is a surprise meeting to both Noelle and the reader, arranged by Noelle s close friend, Jill I was able to share in Noelle s shock at seeing Adam because the author had so masterfully prepared me with essential background of Noelle s feelings toward Adam from the summer holidays they shared as teenagers.Noelle didn t know what her feelings would be toward Adam after such a long and silent absence In that instant of recognition, Noelle confirmed th...

  3. megHan says:

    I want to start off with saying that I am not a big romance book fan, but I am a big fan of Red Adept Publishing and have read several of the books they have published, either really liking or loving each one When the email came in about this one, the book description sounded interesting and, having read no bad book by them yet, I decided to give it a try.As a whole, I liked the story It was cute and I found the characters interesting I liked how the romance didn t just happen overnight, but I want to start off with saying that I am not a big romance book fan, but I am a big fan of Red Adept Publishing and have read several of the books they have published, either really liking or loving each one When the email came in about this one, the book description sounded interesting and, having read no bad book by them yet, I decided to give it a try.As a whole, I liked the story It was cute and I found the characters interesting I liked how the romance didn t just happen overnight, but things took a little time to see where they would could go I liked how it began and it was a surprisingly quick read It reminded me a lot of a cozy mystery, a bit of light reading, with some twists and turns that were fun to read about When this book was done, I was excited to move on to the second one.I had a few problems, though I thought it was just me with some of the British parts of the book, but after looking at some of the othe...

  4. Ruth says:

    Noelle is unsettled in her life and job in San Diego The best part of her life is her house right on the beach but even that will change as her roommate gets married and leaves She receives a letter from a lawyer in London discovering the her beloved aunt, who had some horrific event occur causing her to become a recluse, has died She has inherited her aunt s cottage and art gallery in England Noelle decides to return to take care of cleaning out and selling her aunt s cottage and gallery H Noelle is unsettled in her life and job in San Diego The best part of her life is her house right on the beach but even that will change as her roommate gets married and leaves She receives a letter from a lawyer in London discovering the her beloved aunt, who had some horrific event occur causing her to become a recluse, has died She has inherited her aunt s cottage and art gallery in England Noelle decides to return to take care of cleaning out and selling her aunt s cottage and gallery Her aunt has told her that she will find out secrets and surprises and that she sh...

  5. Monica Tomasello says:

    This was an enjoyable easy read.

  6. Anna says:

    Check out my review on Diary of an Eccentric

  7. Elana Bourgeois says:

    I enjoyed this book It was a bit nostalgic for me because of its setting It brought memories to mind of my life way back when I lived in England It was a nice summer read Clean, with a few little mysteries, I guess you could say It kept your interest because you wan...

  8. Andrea Randall says:

    For those of you over 30, ever felt like you have lived multiple lives, and felt a rip in the space time continuum when those past lives collided together Has a trip down memory lane ever left you wondering Am I really living and how disappointed would my younger self be with me now Sorry for the integration, but it is relevant to my review Traci Borum s Painting The Moon takes us on a literary journey that will hit all...

  9. Tina Moss says:

    Brilliant, beautiful, and heartwarming story about love in all it s wondrous facets Borum s use of color and imagery, inspired by the snippets of painting advice laced throughout the book, make the novel rich, vibrant, and alive with feeling Each quote of artistic instruction to start the chapter resonates as a kind guide about life as well as art I rooted for Noelle the entire time, looking at her through the lens of a big sister and wishing her to succeed I connected with best friend Jill Brilliant, beautiful, and heartwarming story about love in all it s wondrous facets Borum s use of color and imagery, inspired by the snippets of painting advice laced throughout the book, make th...

  10. Lisa says:

    This was a fun light read that I would classify as women s fiction The characters has enough depth to keep it from slipping into chick lit territory It s set in England and is about a great niece who inherits her aunt s estate in England Her aunt had some secrets that her niece, Noelle, slowly u...

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