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  • A very musical Romance.

    Amelie S. Duncan, ‘Unfinished Sympathy’, The Absolution Series, book 1. As a Hidden Gems ARC reader I received a free copy and promised an honest review. Here it is. Rating: 4 stars (of 5). In general: a very musical romance. The main characters are Aubrey Irving and Paul Crane. Aubrey is raised in a middle class family. She appeared to be a very talented violin player. Her parents went out of their way to stimulate her musical career: Buying a precious violin, allowing a study at a famous conservatory, traveling with her to music competitions and buying her nice dresses for these events. But a few years ago her dad was killed in car accident and that changed Aubrey’s life completely. She had to leave music school, find a job and care financially for her devastated mom and sis. During her job at an audio/video production company she meets Paul Crane, a famous and very successful sound engineer and especially a passionate piano-player/composer. The author Amelie Duncan describes how Aubrey and Paul both have this passion for music and are very good when working and playing together. Paul is very wealthy and Aubrey is a very proud, independent woman, so she refuses his help when her financial situation becomes precarious. That causes quarrels, but the music brings them together again and again. The somewhat older and more experienced Paul learns her to fight for herself when her job is in danger and the author gives interesting insight in the music business, commercial mergers and the manipulation of the media. An exciting book with a fine plot, good dialogues, credible characters (perhaps the bad sister a bit overdone), some hot love scenes and a lot of interesting information about classical music.

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