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Friday, May 19, 2017

Review of Play Chopin For Me by Max Vos.

Play Chopin for Me by Max Vos 3*

BLURB: After a devastating fire, Dale Lusk shows up at his sister’s door in nothing but his boxers and a raincoat, desperately needing her help. Losing both his restaurant and home has left Dale without direction or a place to live. 

While pushing her handsome brother into a new wardrobe to match his model looks, Chrissie introduces Dale to Al Borkowski. Al is in desperate need of a roommate before his grandmother takes more control of his life. 
Little did Chrissie know when she pushed the two men together the sparks that would fly and the changes that would happen in all of their lives.


My Review: I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. I'm not sure where to start this review as the book took a while to grab my attention. Once it did though, I was very reluctant to stop reading for other things - like sleeping - as I finished it at midnight with a 6 o'clock start to my day! So apart from the slow start I can only add that this story has a lot of classical music information which readers might not know - I certainly learnt a lot about recitals and Chopin that I didn't know before. But as for the romance, it was exactly what Max is known for with lots of loving, some angst and plenty of fun. My only other comment about the book is that Al's Grandmother was not my favourite character, talk about an evil bitch!!

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