Designer Sara Madina owns a shop called Perfect Touch in San Francisco. The shop specializes in fine and folk art from all over the world. Sara travels to Jackson, Wyoming (one of my favorite places and probably the main reason I chose this book) to visit a client with some very fine art to sell. The art is by Harris “Custer” Armstrong; one of his paintings was in a movie, raising the appeal of his art to the movie going public and then some. Sara is hopeful that the paintings will command a great deal of money for her client who eventually becomes her lover. Yes, this book gets saucy but not to the determent of the story line. Also, the writing can be a little sappy in places, but not too often. This book has a dramatic ending that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
I think you will enjoy this story even if you have never been to Jackson, Wyoming.