Breathless by Celeste Bradley

A woman is swept up on the coast of Spain after a shipwreck and is found by a lonely painter. Later, she becomes a muse for the nameless artist. The series of portraits from this artist are known as the “Siren Series” to the present-day art world. Esteemed professor of sociology, Dr. Brenna Anderson has done much research on the Siren collection. She immediately begins a new quest for information on the collection because a new painting is found in a location in Paris, France. The only problem is that the well-known art hunter, Fitch Wilder is also looking for a new Siren painting. He’s been a big problem in the eyes of Brenna but a new understanding begins between the two as they rush to find information on the Siren. A well-written and interesting story that has adventure, love and a bit of mystery. I enjoyed the story going from past to present and reading about this mysterious beauty. A good read for a summer’s day.

Breathless by Celeste Bradley is available from St. Martin’s Griffin, an imprint of St. Martin’s Press. An egalley of this book was made available by the publisher in exchange for a honest review.

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