Book: Music Of The Soul
Series: Souls of Chicago #2
Publication date: September 27, 2016
Length: 248 pages
Reviewed by Meredith
Besides his family, music had always been the most important thing in Carter Greene’s life. Having a career in music was everything he had ever dreamed of. That was until the terrible night when he nearly lost everything.
Carter can’t get the image of one particular man out of his mind; the man who found him in his darkest moment. The one who risked everything to save him and the same person who most likely never wants to speak to him again.
Ryan Marshall had led a pretty solitary existence ever since his grandfather had passed away. He spent most of his free time renovating the property he had inherited while avoiding the dating scene. Lately, he found himself longing for someone special; a man he could share his life with.
One fateful night, an emergency call placed Carter in Ryan’s life and the two felt an immediate connection. Unable to stop thinking about him, Ryan decided to reach out, but was disappointed when Carter was not at all what he expected.
Ryan is determined to move on and forget all about the beautiful man he rescued, but he soon realizes that sometimes fate has other plans.
Music of the Soul is book 2 in the Souls of Chicago series and can be read alone or as part of the series. This book contains sexually explicit material and is intended for adults 18 and older.
Music Of The Soul is book two in Annabella Michaels Souls of Chicago series. In this one, we are getting the other twin's story. Carter lives for music. It’s deep in his soul and runs through his veins. A relationship is the furthest thing from his mind. His band, Carters Creed, is hopefully headed for big things and love would complicate all of it.
Of course, Carter never thought he’d almost die in a fire and be rescued by Superman, but alas… here we are. Ryan saved Carter from dying and it turns out it was a rescue that leads to relationship.
They have a tough go of things when Carter’s music takes him on tour but where other relationships fail due to distance, Ryan and Carter are too wonderful as individual selves to accept distance to be a killer.
This is a very sweet story. I shed a tear or two but it was mainly a sexy romance. Lots of sex… kinky creative sex. I fell in love with the Greene family in book one and just fell harder for them in this one. The Greene twins seem to have a thing for finding men with no family so bringing them into the fold is effortless.
There’s very little conflict or angst in this story. It’s a relaxing romance that warms you through and through.
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