I will read anything I can get my hands on. Seriously.
Most books I read are reviewed for Harlequin Junkie, but I'll have an occasional independent or author requested review that I'll post.
“What’s so special about me? Forget the piano and all the other pretty words. Why me?”
“Same question back to you,” he says, his words clipped. “Forget my damn money and my tragic headline life. Why did I deserve your trust?”
Blue Notes is a powerful New Adult novel that shows us what it takes to overcome a tragic past and fight your way through it all to make your dreams come true.
First of all, the scenes where we flashback to Keeley’s childhood were absolutely heartbreaking. They were detailed very well so we got a sense of her fear and her shame in her parent’s actions. What a brave person she was. How Keeley managed to hold it together was a testament of her will and her incredible foster parents. I loved the dynamic with her foster parents once the story moved on to their relationship together. They were so supportive and protective without coddling her too much, giving Keeley room to grow and make mistakes on her own.
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