book review

Love in B Minor by Elodie Nowodazkij


***Received ARC from publisher via NetGalley***

Both reeling from losses and past mistakes, talented ballerina, Jen Harrison, and lead singer for famous band Dire Blue, Lucas Wills, want nothing more than a fresh start. When one unfortunate event brings them together and leads them through one unforgettable night rediscovering Paris (and rediscovering themselves), it takes much will power for Jen to walk away and log this as just another one night stand. Meanwhile, Lucas finds himself feeling empty after waking up to the absence of Jen. They find themselves in each other’s company again when Jen auditions for Dire Blue‘s music video, where the sparks between them are undeniable. But with Dire Blue attempting a comeback, both of their pasts come to the surface and are thrust into the spotlight, and both struggle to decide whether to let their insecurities rule or to fight for a future together.

This was a short and sweet read, which I’m actually having a bit of a tough time reviewing. As much as I enjoyed getting to know the characters, I kept getting confused by the timeline, and how certain events didn’t quite match up. Otherwise, the premise for the story made for a convincing turn of events (and what a suspense that was!). I loved reading about Paris too, and the connection between Jen and Lucas really did warm the soul. Not one for my must-read list, but definitely worth the consideration for a quick feel-good story.

Rating: 3.5 stars

This book is part of the Broken Dreams Series.


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