A breath in the moonlight, a sonata on the wind. All you have to do is fall in love with this: Dark Song DARLENE KUNCYTES

Melody Graham was living a Charmed Life.
Or, at least, she thought she was.
She was finally living her dream: away from home, her days spent doing what fed her soul, playing her violin at the school she’d always wanted to attend…Julliard.
Everything she ever wanted, and she took it all for granted.
When an accident changes all she thought she knew, her world is shattered.
For the first time, Melody has to learn to stand on her own, though an unexpected inheritance just may be her salvation…Dominic Caldwell enjoys his solitude.
Alone in a world of his own making, he’s shocked to find someone invading his world.
Music breaks through the silence of his shadowed existence, drifting over the night air, drawing him towards a cottage left deserted, and the woman who has come to reclaim it.
It is all he can do not to kneel at her feet, the virtuoso’s haunting melody rocking him to his core. A core he cannot afford to be shaken or torn from his self-enforced exile.
No, there’s only one thing he can do: Force her to leave.
But her song steals the will from him, or is it that her music has the power to heal even the most tired of souls?

Crystal Miles Gauthier5.0 out of 5 stars Magnificent and In TuneReviewed in the United States on May 7, 2021Choosing this fove star was easy. Who can turn away a cover and title like that. Melody with her need for isolation yet yearning for something or someone she cant see. Dominic with his scowl and devilish looks really does have a heart. Loved how This book played out. I would have expected nothing less from Darlene Kuncytes.

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