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Canvas of the Soul continues the heartwarming journey of Lindsey and Jason as career, unplanned pregnancy and relationship issues test the strength of their marriage and love for each other. Through their darkest hours of loneliness to the joys of renewed love, their story serves to inspire and uplift.
ebook, 160 pages
Published April 17th 2017 by Devine Destinies (first published 1017)
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Socially Book Nerd
Apr 17, 2017 rated it really liked it
The second book from Melissa Taggart, continues the story of Jason and Lindsey, they are married now and he is such a great care taker and man. Helps Lindsey, with everything she needs but when his art take off he needs to be away more often, giving a bit of tention to their relationship. But, then Lindsay find out she is pregnant. Happy, but worried about the future. you get drawn into their lives, hoping beyond hope they make it.
Jessica Bronder
Apr 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing
It has been one year since Lindsey and Jason started their relationship. Jason’s art has become very popular and he is spending more and more time away promoting it. This is starting to put a strain on their marriage. Than an unexpected pregnancy adds to the stress. This is going to be a true test of Lindsey and Jason’s marriage and family. Will it bring them together or break them apart?

It is so easy to get into this story. Jason has become a very popular artist and is now in high demand. That
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Charlotte Isaac
May 05, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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Canvas of the soul

This is the book after Canvas of the heart, we rejoin Jason and Lindsey after ending of first book.

I still loved Jason and Lindsey's relationship, it shows no matter what you can find true love. They are still married, and the gallery is going well, and it is still thriving. Lindsey still works in the bookstore.

This book has its ups and downs, and the relationship has rollercoaster of a ride for a while. But it is still very well written and enjoyable.

WTMO
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Apr 16, 2017
United Indie Book Blog
Apr 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This story was a true romance. The writing style was great with a great flow and character development. There was implied sexual encounters, so this book is definitely PG 13 worthy. This is a story of two people who find love and do everything they can to keep that love at all costs. The main female character is Lindsey who was born with Cerebral Palsy. She is essentially wheel chair bound. She has managed to develop her own sense of independence with driving, working and getting married to a ma ...more
Ann
Apr 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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I volunteered to read an ARC of this book for an honest review for United Indie Book Blog - This story was a true romance. The writing style was great with a great flow and character development. There was implied sexual encounters, so this book is definitely PG 13 worthy. This is a story of two people who find love and do everything they can to keep that love at all costs. The main female character is Lindsey who was born with Cerebral Palsy. She is essentially wheel chair bound. She has manage ...more
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Georgia native Melissa Taggart is a believer in tackling challenges. Diagnosed with CP at the age of three months, as a child she discovered that writing offered her a way to deal with a speech impediment. It not only paved the way for better communication, but she transformed a challenge into the voice of a writer eager to teach the world that people with disabilities are people with the same liv ...more
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