Heartsong

Heartsong

Melinda Cross / Sep 21, 2019

Heartsong They made beautiful music together but was that enough Madeline Chambers s only escape from a lonely childhood had been her music particularly the songs by composer Elias Shepherd They spoke to her in

  • Title: Heartsong
  • Author: Melinda Cross
  • ISBN: 9780373115044
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Paperback
  • They made beautiful music together but was that enough.Madeline Chambers s only escape from a lonely childhood had been her music particularly the songs by composer Elias Shepherd They spoke to her in magical, haunting tones that touched her heart.It had been a dream come true when her mentor offered her a job When Elias heard Madeline playing his songs at a local cThey made beautiful music together but was that enough.Madeline Chambers s only escape from a lonely childhood had been her music particularly the songs by composer Elias Shepherd They spoke to her in magical, haunting tones that touched her heart.It had been a dream come true when her mentor offered her a job When Elias heard Madeline playing his songs at a local competition, he recognized that she was the one person who could save his career save his soul.Elias made love to Madeline through his music But would he ever be able to say the words spoken so beautifully in his songs

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    1. Re Heartsong - Melinda Cross's next to last HP outing is a little black rain cloud of a romance. No one is happy here and MC's usual adjective laden lyricism rhapsodizes poetically over the symbology of a dead rose garden, a time frozen cozy cottage that no one lives in and the stark, bleak inner existence of an Eeyore H and an h who comes perilously close to Esther Greenwood (The Bell Jar) all in the pursuit of musical art.The h is a foster care raised unicorn petting piano teacher who wins a c [...]


    2. Barely 2 stars. This wasn't a "fun" read. For the most part, it was just depressing.They spent most of the story isolated, he hid behind a bitter first marriage and she hid behind a "cool facade" never willing to show any emotion. It was rather sad and even the HEA didn't lift it out of the darkness. I also found the HEA a little unbelievable. Too many loose threads. (view spoiler)[ He tells his sister that he is bringing home the woman he is going to marry, yet because of a disastrous marriage [...]


    3. I can't say I loved this book that much it had too much of angst I suppose and both the hero and heroine were people with scars and more comfortable with music than talking. I mean she wins a contest and he asks her to work with him and she agrees but for most of the book they are not together.In a childhood filled with foster homes with no-one to call her own, the heroine is like an island, who doesn't really show how she feels and knows how to protect herself and when she sees she has let the [...]


    4. This was mostly a romance about completely crazy, melodramatic people where almost all of the drama was in their own heads and not expressed. Up until the end, most of the romance involved smoldering glances and slight fingertip touches to the hand. An ok read nonetheless, if only for the interesting and repeated descriptions of the heroine's colorless appearance. Not a great romance though.



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