"Melody's song is a touching romance"
Melody has the voice of an angel, but the death of her son
and loss of hope makes her rethink her life. She stops
going to auditions and works in a small diner.
Relationships are one let down after another. A trip to a
physic changes everything. Her boss's niece invites her to
sing for the children in the very same medical unit that
her son died in. Facing that is something she does not
want to face, but she begrudgingly accepts. In the very
unit where her life was torn apart she meets someone that
might be able to help her put it back together, if she can
get past his arrogance.
Dr. Devon is a pediatric oncologist. The last thing he
wants is another woman in his life right now. After his
wife left him he made a contract with his brother to help
his research study for school, one year without sex. Then
the women with the angel voice shows up. She's beautiful
and sassy, and a suspect in a horrendous crime. He
promises to help the detective catch the criminals and vows
to himself to watch her continuously when she's at the
hospital. What starts as a simple plan to learn about her
for the case ends up with him asking her out. His
brother's study just might have to wait.
Melody's Song is a touching romance that explores finding
love and hope after losing the most important thing in
life. Though the very beginning is a little hard to follow
it is explained and caught up on later in the story. The
sex scenes are deliciously sweet and passionate. There is
a mention of whips, chains, etc. by a villainous
character. Over all, the book is sweet and touching and
will make you cry in places.
Reviewed by Amy Parker
Posted June 17, 2008