The Art of Healing

The Art of Healing

This was such a sweet and inspiring book about healing from loss and new beginnings.

Jokob, a world-renowned photographer and Julianne, a pediatric nurse have experienced their share of loss when their first marriages didn’t go as they had anticipated. Jokob’s wife and life-love Keara is diagnosed with cancer and Julianne’s husband Clay leaves her and let’s her know by writing a message on the back of a taco wrapper.

Both Jokob and Julianne are hesitant to date and get close to other people as they’ve both experienced such devastating grief. However these two meet and slowly but surely form a wonderful bond as they heal, Perdue their dreams and fall in love. I couldn’t put this book down because I just had to know how the story ended.

I found throughout the book that I was able to relate to the profound pain and grief of all of the characters.

As a mother, I’d do everything and anything to help my children thrive and keep them safe, just as Keara did.

I’ve experienced the profound loss that comes with losing a parent that you’ve been so close to. I was also able to relate to the Jokob and Julianne’s pain and hesitancy to open their hearts to the possibility of love after healing from past loss.

This is one of the few “must own books” that you will reread several times throughout the years.

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Felicia Abernethy-Lloyd

Chief author at Curly Bookworm
Felicia holds a Masters degree in Organizational Management with a minor in Organizational Leadership. She holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology with a minor in Operations Management. She is married to Dr. Lloyd, and is an absolute fitness enthusiast.
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