Quietly Making Noise (Wanderlust Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Quietly Making Noise reminded me of reading about gypsies... people who love and live with their entire heart. Much the same way Yessi writes. Elio and Vianella were two original characters who I absolutely loved reading. They had their skeletons, their pasts that molded them, changed them, scarred and healed them. Neither had it easy. And while it may have partially defined them, neither allowed them to live unhappily.
I think that's one thing I loved most reading Quietly Making Noise. Yessi's characters, while they all had their reasons to be broken and jaded, were fun, happy and loving.
It was a refreshing and incredible read - one that made me want to travel to the Keys and watch some busking!!
Congrats, once again, to Yessi for another masterpiece!
Elio and Vianella. Vianella and Elio. *sigh* this book was so darn beautiful. Poetic and light hearted. Funny and serious. Basically everything a wonderful book should be.
Even the lightest of romance novels have the heaviest parts. Parts so heavy, Yessi engages you in this story of passion and heartbreak. She pulls you in reminding you eventually running to your dreams sucks you back into the thing you ran away from in the first place.
It wasn’t until the third chapter I fell in love with Elio. The passion of his art and how he wander-lusted after his dreams. A running busker looking for his slice of life in what made him happy.
Busking, something I knew nothing about has made me completely fascinated with it. In the beginning of the book, Yessi explains how she came up with the story line. After reading it, Jean became Elio. His face, body and talent. Again, HOOKED! So, hooked I internet stalked Jean’s page just to see him busking.
Vianella, a unique name which I absolutely adored wasn’t just Elio’s match. She was his savior, a sweet reminder of what home is. Where his lost heart lied fluently captured by her violet eyes, bringing him back to those who miss him most.
I highly recommend you read Yessi’s poetic words. I also highly recommend you read them in a cozy spot with enough reading ambiance to set the mood for certain scenes.
Elio and Vianella's story is so heartfelt and passionate. I felt every raw emotion. Individually they have pasts that have molded who they are. Together they are faced with the challenge of breaking that mold to be together or letting their pasts keep them apart.
Elio is so unique he stands out not only to the reader but in the story as well.
"I worked my dreams into reality. Because of that, I can stand out in a crowd. Amid the laughter and mayhem of a regular day, I’m there. Just one person but with a life loud enough, it can’t go unrecognized."
It has been a while since I have read a book that I absolutely loved every character and can't wait to know more about each of them. Yessi Smith has a unique way of introducing not only the main characters but secondary characters as well. You fall in love. You need to know more...much much more about them.
Congratulations on this wonderful story, Yessi Smith. The beautiful cover and art work throughout with quotes is absolutely breathtaking and unique. I highly recommend this book to any reader who loves romance.
I know it makes the review longer but I must share my ultimate favorite quote: "Early morning rays start to peek through the tree limbs and cast a splatter of color on the ground around us. And I wonder if the sun ever watches us during its ascent and marvels at us and the beautiful splendor that we are. Every day, we rise and fight for ourselves. Every day, strangers become friends, and friends become lovers. Every day, babies are born, and families are formed. Every day, we live, and we love."