She didn’t mean to knock him into that canal…
Megan knows better than to make decisions based on passion, but even she can’t resist a summer internship in Venice. The handsome tenor she knocked into the canal should be easier to resist since he’s still mad at her.
Should be easier.
Lorenzo lives for his dreams, even if sometimes that means doing odd jobs to pay the bills....more
It was interesting to have a television reality show centered around people and instruments they play in an orchestra with the chance to win a year's contract. The main characters and secondary characters were wonderful in how the story was woven around ...more
So glad the author realizes that putting art in front of the masses "who don't have a clue how to appreciate it" gives them the opportunity to learn to appreciate it :)
I know what I like, and after watching certain televised contests, I know why I like them. (I love the commentators and judges that teach ...more
Lorenzo sings at the theater that is sponsoring the competition and works part time for the shows director. He loves opera and Venice to the point he disdains any other music and the thought of living anywhere else.
Megan is teamed with Lorenzo and immediately there is friction and animosity. What ...more
A very interesting story. Despite getting off to a very bad meeting, they are constantly thrown together. She doesn't want to fall for a musician or let her music become too important in her life. Being able,to sing his opera and staying in Vienna are his priorities. Somehow, along the way, everything changes when they realize what is really important. I gave this book 5 stars.
A friendship that takes awhile to take off due to a bad first meeting and lots of assumed ideas.
A really sweet romance, not only of finding a love that changes they way you look at life but also of their love of another kind. She is an aspiring Cellist and he is a singer of the Opera.
A little slow in places but worth the effort. And loved the ending
Well worth the read, I was anArc reader and got a free book from Shanna in advance.
I look forward to her next book.
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Such an amazingly descriptive story. Shanna is great with all the little details of the people and places you truly can visualize yourself in Venice. Even the musical descriptions allow you to “hear” the love songs. Expertly done, a great read. Can’t wait for her next release.
(5 stars) - this excellent series just keeps getting better!
I loved the 1st book in this series, and so I had high hopes for this 2nd one - and it still managed to exceed those expectations.
The stories in this series are so refreshingly original. This one is an enemies-to-lovers trope like the 1st - one of the most difficult tropes to pull off - and the author again succeeds in having the hero go believably ...more