Photographer Haven Carlysle is a changed man. Six years earlier, he had run from his tragedy-filled life in Duluth. Now he’s back in town to capture the North Shore’s beauty … and to recapture the love of his son. But that means making amends with his ex-girlfriend too. When camera-leery Callie Beaumont steps in to bridge the relationship between Haven and his former family, he’s wary, but she’s his only hope.
Our world is fixated on outward beauty and first impressions, but greater is beauty is found when looking within.
Why the author wrote this book:
I wrote Capturing Beauty because our society tends to look only skin deep at people and often judge them by first impressions, but in getting to know that person's heart, our view changes. I hope to convey that although we all establish an opinion on first glance, that that first glance does not always tell the truth, and even then, the truth is far more complex than our first impressions.