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by Shira Anthony
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B3 - Brooklyn's Book Bites
B3 - Brooklyn's Book Bites rated it 6 years ago
Kids in a story just give it that extra fun warmth. Massi was adorable. I've read several of these Blue Notes books recently and I like that this one wasn't about one MC running away because he wasn't good enough or whatever. I was expecting that after the last two I read. So I was pleasantly surpri...
Anke1028 rated it 7 years ago
3.5 stars
If we are all made in God's image, does that mean God is gender fluid.....
Got to chapter 13, and still could not figure out why these two were together. The story just seemed to float all over the place. No real thread to follow.
Sandra rated it 7 years ago
2.75 stars So I started out with the first chapter loving this. Cary was obviously struggling and my heart broke for him and couldn't wait to see his journey of finding himself and his music again. It turned out to be a nice enough story, just something about it kept me at a distance. I liked th...
Jess rated it 8 years ago
Review Summary: A wonderful story, absolutely enjoyable as a stand-aloneReview: I’m not a fan of insta-love and I love stories that show what happens after the couple ride off into the sunset together, so I really appreciated this one. Cary and Antonio get to know each other a bit before falling in ...
Bea's Reading Den
Bea's Reading Den rated it 8 years ago
I was interrupted in reading this book, and I almost did not finish it. Luckily I picked it back up.The author states that she likes the idea of seeing how the h/h live after the "I love you" moment. We never get to see these moments normally.What I liked about this book is that we saw two men who...
SheReadsALot...seriously. rated it 8 years ago
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Ami's Hoard
Ami's Hoard rated it 8 years ago
3.35 starsThe second book in Shira Anthony's "Blue Notes" series is a stand-alone novel; it might share the universe of classical music, but each stands on its own. So there is no need to read the first book -- as the characters here are different. In Blue Notes, the readers are being taken to the w...
Romances and more...
Romances and more... rated it 51 years ago
A very compelling novel. Number of themes run through the story. Love, loss, parent/child relationship. Highly recommend.
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