Title: The Music Of Love
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Cover Artist: Bree Archer
Publication Date: June 19, 2018
Length: 220 pages
Reviewed by Truus
Sometimes the music of love skips a beat….
Paralegal by day, musician by night, Julian has an expiration date stamped on his forehead when it comes to love. No relationship has made it past a year, so Julian avoids romance like the plague and concentrates on his music instead.
Which works fine until gorgeous, smart, and funny Zachary joins Julian’s firm. One look at the man and Julian knows he’s dangerous. No matter what, he can’t fall for Zachary. He has to spare Zachary the pain of dumping Julian at the one-year mark. His brilliant plan? Ask a straight friend to pose as his significant other to keep Zachary away. Not surprisingly, his scheme does little to dampen the attraction—on either side.
When Zachary gives Julian a second chance despite his deception, Julian thinks his curse might be broken. But then he’s faced with the impossible choice between a life with Zachary and living his dream of touring with the band….
I loved it that both men had their specific peculiarities and habits and I loved it that this stayed strong throughout the whole journey.
It was a long and wide story. It had a lot of drama, really a lot! But... it had purpose because it made them grow.
Julian never reached longer than a year with relationships, on the date or near the date he just got dumped. Every time he falls deeply in love and every breakup hurts him and makes him flee... literally. So he made up his mind... no more getting involved with men, just work and make music.
Zachary is head over heels when he meets Julian. They will be working together for the same firm.
The spark is instant and Julian tries very hard to resist Zachary, he even let his best friend play around as his boyfriend....until Julian can’t anymore.
We follow their journey and goshhh what a journey it is!!
Be prepared for drama and strong feelings, stubborn friendship, emotional lyrics, the birth of a song, searching souls, a lot of hurt, tears and deep love. Julian and Zachary are lovable and irritating at the same time, but they were more lovable. The friends who surrounded them were all very involved.
This all is written in an engaging and steadfast way. I loved how the author put down their specific characters and how their journey went. Like I said before, you could love them and at the same time strangle them. All together a great job!
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