See What I SeeBook - 2011
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Kate Tapert sees her life in paintings. She makes sense of the world around her by relating it to what she adores-art. Armed with a suitcase, some canvases, and a scholarship to art school in Detroit, Kate is ready to leave home and fully immerse herself in painting. Sounds like heaven. All Kate needs is a place to stay.
That place is the home of her father, famous and reclusive artist Dalton Quinn, a father she hasn't see or heard from in nearly ten years. When Kate knocks on his door out of the blue, little does she realize what a life-altering move that will turn out to be. But Kate has a dream, and she will work her way into Dalton's life, into his heart...whether he likes it or not.
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"See What I See is a absolutely riveting and heartrending work of fiction. I read it in a single session-it contains numerous surprises and doesn't shrink from the seriousness of its subject and from the wonderful integrity of its young heroine, Kate."
-Joyce Carol Oates, New York Times bestselling author and winner of the National Book Award. -
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