Lauren E Rico
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Number of pages: 430
© 2016 Harmony House Productions
Reviewer: Ron Bierman
Review of Reverie published on 12 September 2016
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Julia James has spent most of her life hiding in plain sight. For her, the cello was a way to get past a hellish childhood. Even now that she is one of the top cellists in the country, and a contender in the most prestigious, high-stakes music competition in the world, she hopes no one will notice her.
But then someone does.
A chance (or is it?) encounter brings her to the attention of the distractingly sexy, charismatic French horn player, Jeremy Corrigan. As he helps her to embrace her talent, her sexuality and her past, Julia thinks she might finally be headed toward her 'happily-ever-after'.
Unfortunately, happily isn't so much 'ever-after' for Julia.
The lines between love and obsession are blurred in Reverie.