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Karen was a great heroine. She was timid and shy, yes, but she was lovable and wonderful. She had her fair share of inner demons, and while I wish they were focused on a little more, they were very real and well done.
Conner was drop dead sexy and sweet. Who wouldn't swoon after a hunky Irishman!? Once you see past his walls, you find the sweet gentleman that Karen falls for. He's got some tough struggles and they're completely believable. Similar to Karen, I wish we'd gotten to see more of his past and understand a little more about his life in Ireland. Instead, it's mostly glossed over, other than the debacle with Ruth.
One thing that I really enjoyed about their romance was the fact that it wasn't cliched. It wasn't one of those kiss early on, flirt around, get mad, get together, tear apart, get back together kinda books. I don't want to ruin it, but their relationship develops very quietly and then springs itself on them. It seems to take them aback just as much as it does the reader. Once they're together, things are lovely and, while they do have their fair share of struggles once they're together, they work through them.
Having Natasha, Darrell, Clarissa, Neil, and Jasmine in this book so heavily was also a treat. It wasn't just a glimpse into their "perfect happily ever after"s, but rather we actually see them struggle with their relationships.
The book was well-written and a treat to read. I was actually disappointed when it was over (which was far too soon, thanks to staying up till the wee hours to finish it). I look forward to the next Fenbrook Academy novel!
It's so great and you will not put it down and it's a bigger treat that you get to follow Natasha and Darrell's story threw this book.
So, back to In Harmony's storyline. Karen, a sheltered, highly pressured, driven, self-doubting sweetheart of a girl is pushed & controlled by her father to be THE best cellist, so that she can live out her dream (or his?) & join the New York Philharmonic. She absolutely cannot fail or she will lose everything.
Connor is a sexy-as-can-be rock 'n' roll bad boy who came in on a scholarship and wants to do nothing but party, not caring if he flunks out...or so it seems.
When a freak accident happens, destroying Karen's duet partner's chance of playing in the Senior Recital with her, she's forced to find a new partner, when there doesn't seem to be any available. By pure luck, Connor isn't yet spoken for. Anyway, without giving too much away, they are stuck working together, just so Karen can graduate. She's aced everything except one required grade that has her quaking at just the thought of it. Public speaking. So, without that chunk of her grade, she HAS to do well in her Senior Recital, or else.
The way Karen & Connor's relationship grows from constantly clashing to tolerance to friendship and beyond, is truly beautiful. The way their music is woven in throughout the book just adds to it, almost making the music a character in itself.
I laughed, I nearly cried, I cheered and got angry and frustrated right along with the characters of this book. To me, it's a MUST READ!
Karen is a cello player that dreams of one day playing for the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. That is her one and only dream and she strives to achieve it and ignores the rest of her life forcing her to be shy and somewhat introverted. A few months before the big show her duo partner is hurt and she has no choice but to ask Fenbrooke Academy's rock guitar god Connor to replace him. And that's where the fun begins.
Connor who is on a scholarship, is about to flunk out of the academy. He was more concerned about partying and living up life in New York before he was forced to go back to Belfast, Ireland. Their relationship in the beginning is very rocky. Both assume that they each either hate or feel sorry for the other one. Neither of them wanting to admit to each other that there was something between them.
I love the way that this story slowly built upon itself and that the main characters actually became friends and helped the other in their personal lives before the romantic aspect of it took over. It made the book become more realistic for me.
This is definitely a must read.
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