Thursday, July 26, 2012

The Sound of Love by Jewel Adams




About this Novelette:

 On the afternoon of her father's burial, nineteen-year-old Talisa Tova is expelled from her home by her stepmother. With secret preparations made ahead of time by her father and the emotional support of her stepbrother, Talisa moves on and shapes a life for herself. But her bruised heart is trapped in self-preservation mode, and though she still dreams of one day opening it to someone, her partial deafness convinces her to accept a life without love.
All of this changes when free-spirited Dylan Thomas enters her life.

Dylan Thomas owns the heart of a poet, a trait inherited from his parents, both of whom idolize the works of Dylan Thomas, Lord Byron and Yeats. Having gone through a nasty divorce two years ago, Dylan thought his heart would be closed forever. But that was before his friend introduced him to his sister. The moment Dylan meets Talisa, she claims his heart and his life is changed forever.
Talisa and Dylan still carry hurts that cut deep. Will love give them the strength to heal each other?



My Review:

I happen to LOVE fairytale re-tellings!   This is a re-telling of Cinderella and I thought it was a beautiful story!  Talisa is a likeable character with a unique set of circumstances.  Dylan is a sweet man who thinks Talisa may be the one to heal his heart.  Can true love really be found so quickly?  Will Talisa and Dylan trust each other enough to find out?  Jewel Adams can always be counted on for a wonderful sweet romance full of emotion!  I love her novelettes and this one did not disappoint!  If you are looking for a quick read that still has substance to the story, this book is for you!  Five stars for The Sound of Love!

You can pick this book up at Amazon.

Happy Reading!!!

I received this book for free.  This is my honest review.

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