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Grave Refrain by Sarah M. Glover
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bookshelves: fiction-mystery, paranormal-romance, thriller, ipad
Read from April 20 to 26, 2012 — I own a copy

Oh my goodness did this story enthrall me! Glover grabbed me from the start and didn't let me go. She wove her beautiful enticing tale of characters who struggle with their personal demons and work very hard to do what is right all the while trying to come to grasp with the insane level of attraction beholden upon them.

I love Glover's writing style! I literally wanted to crawl into this story. She had my heart pounding from the many passionate scenes of Andrew's musical performances and his devotion for Emily. This scene just keeps replaying in my head:

'After they finished he leaned toward the microphone, sweaty and out of breath, and smiled. "This next song is in honor of a young woman who finished university today. Who has her whole life ahead of her. .." And almost as an aside, he added softly, "Hopefully with me."

The song started sparsely and continued to build as the words tangled over each other in their want to gain freedom. He shut his eyes and pressed his mouth to the microphone as he sang, and his body rocked as the guitar became a part of him. But soon the rush and the power of the song overtook him; the music, his guitar, and the air around him fused. The crush of the song, the very essence of it, coursed through him, and he let it go. For her. Always for her.'

Thank you Sarah for sharing your time and talents!
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Sarah Glad you're liking it, Laura. Thanks so much for reading. S.


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