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Music of the Soul; Souls of Chicago #2 Kindle Edition
|Length: 274 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||
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|Age Level: 18 - 18|
- Book 2 of 8 in Souls of Chicago
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- Publication Date : September 27, 2016
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Annabella Michaels; 1st Edition (September 27, 2016)
- Print Length : 274 pages
- ASIN : B01LWMG1K6
- File Size : 1040 KB
- Language: : English
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Page Numbers Source ISBN : 0998988812
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #214,308 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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I absolutely love the Greene family and their dynamic. The closeness of the siblings and the love between their parents left me full to nearly bursting with the sweet emotions and the almost tangible love and bond the characters share. I couldn't enough of them.
I feel very emotionally spent after after whipping through Music of the Soul. This book definitely pulled me through the full gamut of emotions. There were a number of times I felt tears threaten to spill and even times when they actually did. Both from the utter sweetness and pure joy the characters or situations brought me and also from the grief and heartbreak in others. There were so many highs and lows that wouldn't allow me to let go until I finished. I love it when a book can bring out all these feelings in me.
I am head over heels in love with this series. And don't get me wrong I adored Feeding the Soul but this book blew that one out of the water in my opinion.
I'm very much looking forward to Landon's book. Annabella Michaels seems to have a knack for leaving you with just enough of a hint of what's to come in the next book to have me sitting on the edge of my seat screaming nooooo! Because I need more of this series. Now!!
Can't wait to see where she takes us with all these characters!
Music Of The Soul is book two in Annabella Michaels Souls of Chicago series. In this one, we are getting the other twin's story. Carter lives for music. It’s deep in his soul and runs through his veins. A relationship is the furthest thing from his mind. His band, Carters Creed, is hopefully headed for big things and love would complicate all of it.
Of course, Carter never thought he’d almost die in a fire and be rescued by Superman, but alas… here we are. Ryan saved Carter from dying and it turns out it was a rescue that leads to relationship.
They have a tough go of things when Carter’s music takes him on tour but where other relationships fail due to distance, Ryan and Carter are too wonderful as individual selves to accept distance to be a killer.
This is a very sweet story. I shed a tear or two but it was mainly a sexy romance. Lots of sex… kinky creative sex. I fell in love with the Greene family in book one and just fell harder for them in this one. The Greene twins seem to have a thing for finding men with no family so bringing them into the fold is effortless.
There’s very little conflict or angst in this story. It’s a relaxing romance that warms you through and through.
Michael Pauley once again does a spectacular job with the audiobook narration. His performance brings the characters to life and was extremely enjoyable to hear.
Overall Rating: 5 Stars. The writing was smooth, lovely, and very enjoyable to read. The characters were sweet and likable. I loved the pacing of the plot from the action to the drama to the romance. I loved this book.
Enter Ryan, the fireman who saved his life. Ryan is a bit of a loner, having been raised by his grandfather with no other family around. Both men can’t shake each other out of their minds. Together they agree to take their relationship slowly and get to know each other first before jumping into bed together.
As their relationship develops, Carters career takes off that takes him on the road and away from Ryan. Together they find ways to keep the spark going and Reed even surprises him while on the road.
We continue to see more of the Greene family and the interactions between the family members truly do make these books about more than just the main characters. Their interactions can make you cry with laughter.
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Carter and Ryan's connection were so strong and intense it brought tears to my eyes at times and melted my heart these guys stole my heart so much
Music of the soul was a emotional rollercoaster I laughed cried it was such a beautiful journey it had me on the edge of my seat I couldn't put it down
Carter and Ryan broke my heart at times but then put it back together
I also fell in love with carters family I means wow they were amazing
Thank you Annabella Michaels for another beautiful journey I can't wait to see what's next
Carter and Ryan are amazing MCs. Their characters are well developed, and the chemistry between them off the charts! I mean, we have a rock star and a fireman - what more can you want?! I loved that neither of them was perfect, but together they balanced each other and filled the gaps they didn't realise they had in their lives.
I loved getting to know Carter's band, and also Ryan's crewmates at the firehouse. The storyline with Dan was well written and closed out in a satisfying way (despite what happened to Ryan). I definitely look forward to reading more about Carter's band, and what happens with the stalker who's letters are revealed at the end of the book, resulting in Micah (Gio's best mate from Book 1) back in contact with Landon. Can't wait to read their book!
A great series that seems to be getting better as it progresses - one I would recommend to those looking for a great contemporary MM without too much angst or darkness.