When Libby is told she can no longer play the cello professionally due to an injury, she returns to Sydney, Australia, to figure out what to do with the rest of her life. Libby is so passionate about her cello, this is almost too much to bear. As soon as she arrives, she is invited to a friend’s home for dinner. Among the guests is someone who has never forgotten her. Charles lived one floor below her apartment in Vienna almost a decade ago when they were both students. All Libby remembers is that he used to pound on his ceiling when she was practicing. Charles doesn’t hate music, but he certainly has issues with musicians. His parents, famous in the industry, never had time for him. Now these two prickly individuals are thrown together again, and while Libby is not interested, Charles can’t believe his good fortune. Readers will love Rose’s enchanting tale of unexpected love. --Maria Hatton
About the Author
Susan makes her home in New Mexico, the “Land of Enchantment,” with her husband, Serge, her dogs, Freya, Nahla and Cagney, and her cat, Jefferson. Susan’s interests include music (just about any kind), old movies, gardening and getting out into nature. She also bakes a mean chocolate cake.