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REVIEW : Perspective by Jenna Hartley


Art was my first love—my only love.

But with my career at a crossroads, I’m forced to question everything.

When a new art student shows up, I realize she may be the muse I’ve been searching for.

Even though I’m the professor, it often feels as if Kate’s teaching me.

And the more time we spend together, the more I realize she’s changing my perspective on art…and love.

If anything, I felt…beautiful. Like my body was bring admired for the sake of art.

my review

Perspective is a novella in the Love in LA series by Jenna Hartley. I completely devoured this story! It may have been short, but it was packed full of so much amazingness. However, if age gap romances and student/teacher romances aren’t your thing then this may not be for you.

Kate gave up her premed education to start art school, her real passion. She decides to model for an art class, which is how she meets Alexander and how he discovers his new muse. There is an instant attraction between the two of them and their chemistry just continues to burn hotter and hotter as their story continues.

They both played the student role and the teacher role at times throughout the story. I loved that they helped each other build confidence in themselves throughout the story. I wanted more of this story and of these characters, but it was a great introduction to a new series.

This is a book I’d recommend to anyone who is a fan of instant chemistry, age gaps and student/teacher romances.

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