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The Right Chord

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Unceremoniously dumped by her latest boyfriend, violinist Grace Richmond is told she is too easygoing, a pushover. So she swaps her eclectic clothing for power suits, pins up her wayward curls and acts tough. Voila! New Grace is born. But the fine line between assertive and obnoxious eludes her. Her new persona seems to be generating greater problems - particularly in her ...more
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published February 1st 2007 by Montlake Romance
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Georgianna Simpson
Dec 12, 2014 Georgianna Simpson rated it it was amazing
The Right Chord is a wonderful love story and the third in this Brothers of Audubon Springs series. The story is set back in Audubon Springs and this heartwarming and sometimes heart wrenching tale is the story of Vince Iuliano.

Backstory or setup: Vince Iuliano and Kit Maggio were a hot item back in their high school days. They loved each other as much as any teenager can love. However, Vince was a home and family kind of guy, his family owned a construction business and he pretty much wanted th
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Meagan
May 09, 2013 Meagan rated it it was ok
Uhh what?? This book was so strange. Sometimes it was narrated in third person and then I think the author got confused and changed it around to first person. Super cheesy story line, and out of nowhere they are in love when they clearly hated each other the entire story. There were so many pointless points bad bad bad
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read The Right Chord yesterday - and thoroughly enjoyed it. You have a wonderful style - easy, relaxed, but flexible enough to hit the heights when you need to. Brava!

Anna Campbell --Avon Historical Romance author

THE RIGHT CHORD is a lovely, romantic novel. The characters felt real and personable. The plot was easy to identify with. I could feel the attraction that was building between Grace and Harry. Their conversations captured the emotions of the moment perfectly. There is nothing I would
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Erin
Dec 19, 2012 Erin rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
This book... was not good for me. I couldn't connect w/ Grace, the main character, or Harry, her love interest. The "misunderstandings" they had were silly and only to forced tension and were very exasperating to me as a reader. If they had acted and communicated like adults, there would have been no story. And they both ran so hot and cold toward each other that I simply lost interest in having them get together. The supporting characters were caricatures and 1 dimensional. And the ending was s ...more
Msluviano
Dec 31, 2014 Msluviano rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great book

Loved it. It was a nice romantic slow read. I loved the characters and fell in love with woof. Great book
Gabriella
Aug 05, 2013 Gabriella rated it liked it
As a lover of books with cheesy titles, I knew this book was right up my alley. With an interesting plot line that mixed love and tragedy in a way that was sweet, but yet quite predictable. THE RIGHT CHORD is a semi-pornographic romance novel that focuses on love more than most romantic novels. I would suggest this to a pre-teen who is interested in love and sex, and wants to read about it. I would do so because as far as romance novels go, THE RIGHT CHORD is innocent and highlights more emotion ...more
Jaque
Nov 12, 2013 Jaque rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2013
Sweet. But I think the author just missed the oportunity for an epilogue.
The story is amazing and lovely and the characters very well developed.
Monica Boyd
Sep 24, 2013 Monica Boyd rated it it was ok
Found this at Gypsy den and can't take it home! Got to page 15 before my friends arrived.
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Jan 18, 2016 Jeanette rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2014, romance
Just a nice romance.
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