The Broken Canvas: Good Woman Gone Bad by Tai Barnett – Review

The Broken Canvas: Good Woman Gone BadThe Broken Canvas: Good Woman Gone Bad by Tai Barnett

Natasha Bishop has come a long way from painting pictures of landscapes in her Caribbean homeland to being a successful Hollywood Screenwriter. Fame and popularity, however, do not fit the mold of the life that Natasha yearns for and though she finds solace and sincerity with her swooning younger boyfriend Andrew Kingston, she finds herself hopelessly drawn to Brody Banister, the ruggedly handsome playboy Scottish actor who starts igniting new feelings of raw passion for the Screenwriter.

Tormented by her thoughts of infidelity toward Andrew, while harboring a deep and surfacing secret from Brody, Natasha finds herself navigating through the contours of her life, each time racked by new challenges. She soon finds out that the greatest challenge of all is yet to emerge, and with its imminent manifestation will test the mettle of Natasha like nothing else she has ever experienced.

Publisher: Austin Macauley (April 30, 2019)
Genre: Contemporary Romance
ISBN-10: 1641821817
ISBN-13: 978-1641821810



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Review of  The Broken Canvas: Good Woman Gone Bad

The Broken Canvas: Good Woman Gone Bad is a contemporary romance novel that is sure to sweep you off your feet. A story that reads like a soap opera with drama, hope, love, and second chances diverse display of different cultures. The Broken Canvas has a realistic and relatable storyline that follows the lives of several women with an unexpected ending you will never see coming. This would make a lovely beach read. ** I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.** 

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