The Betrothal (2020)

The Betrothal J.T. Therrien The Betrothal When Benjamin takes Sarah out to celebrate their four month dating anniversary he wines and dines her at Calabash London s best restaurant After a wonderful meal he has another surprise for her his
  • Title: The Betrothal
  • Author: J.T. Therrien
  • ISBN: 9780921473077
  • Page: 431
  • Format: ebook
The Betrothal J.T. Therrien When Benjamin takes Sarah out to celebrate their four month dating anniversary, he wines and dines her at Calabash, London s best restaurant After a wonderful meal, he has another surprise for her his prepared lecture at the National Gallery, where he presents Sarah with a unique and entertaining interpretation of the love story between feisty Giovanna Cenami and PieterWhen Benjamin takes Sarah out to celebrate their four month dating anniversary, he wines and dines her at Calabash, London s best restaurant After a wonderful meal, he has another surprise for her his prepared lecture at the National Gallery, where he presents Sarah with a unique and entertaining interpretation of the love story between feisty Giovanna Cenami and Pieter Baes, Jan van Eyck s young assistant at the time van Eyck painted the famous Arnolfini Betrothal Portrait.
The Betrothal J.T. Therrien

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One thought on “The Betrothal

  1. Regina Puckett

    Author J.T Therrien has created a lovely romance with The Betrothal I liked the realness of Mr Therrien s main characters, Benjamin and Sarah In most romances the men and women are unrealistically perfect, but there were times during this story I found Sarah selfish and Benjamin was a little out of touch I thought this made the story feel real.I loved Benjamin s surprise for Sarah His speech is very touching and made this a truly romantic tale of love.

  2. Doreen

    JT Therrien has masterfully blended a contemporary romance story with the presentation of one that occurred during the Renaissance era, a revival of classical art and literature during the 14th 16th centuries.Benjamin and Sarah are celebrating a four month relationship, enjoying a romantic dinner at Calabash When he presents her with two tickets, Sarah s initial excitement hits rock bottom when she sees that they are for London s National Gallery show, Romantic Paintings through the Ages The Nat [...]

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