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Philosophers and artists see things differently, including romance and love.
Artist and teacher, Drake Barrymore, is contemplating his philosophies about many things, including his attraction to a certain sexy Philosophy professor. In 42 years of living, Drake has seen the best and worst life has to offer. He has loved and lost a wife. He has managed to raise his son alone. But now all he can think about is a woman who is way too young for him. Dr. Brooke Daniels has an enticing body, a kiss-me mouth, and a sharp gaze that questions all the excuses he tries to make.
On his canvasses Drake can cover life's truth with paint, but he knows all too well that strategy won't work in his real life, especially not with his current problem. All he can see without loving Brooke is more loneliness than he's ever known