Melody of Love

Melody of Love Austin Eckhart has spent his life dancing When he is hired as a dance instructor by Jessica at Sean Callaway s Ashbury Studios he is ready to get to work even though his mind is focused on only one

  • Title: Melody of Love
  • Author: Terri Deno
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Austin Eckhart has spent his life dancing When he is hired as a dance instructor by Jessica at Sean Callaway s Ashbury Studios, he is ready to get to work, even though his mind is focused on only one thing helping out his brother Melanie Dover is on the brink of a major pop star career as her alter ego, Melody Although it isn t the type of music she loves most, she s wAustin Eckhart has spent his life dancing When he is hired as a dance instructor by Jessica at Sean Callaway s Ashbury Studios, he is ready to get to work, even though his mind is focused on only one thing helping out his brother Melanie Dover is on the brink of a major pop star career as her alter ego, Melody Although it isn t the type of music she loves most, she s willing to do anything to be in the music industry With her ambitious father by her side, she s ready to take on the world if she could only learn the dance steps to her songs When Austin and Mel meet, the sparks that fly are not left to fizzle on the dance floor But with each of them running towards goals they are not sure of, can their path to love ever align

    One thought on “Melody of Love”

    1. A short and sweet story about two people that happen to find each other at the right time. These kinds of stories can be predictable but it doesn't stop you from reading it. A romance story IS a romance story after all and this happens to be one of my favorite genre's. Austin and Mel are adorable together and although I would have liked to read more about them, it is nice to just let some stories be. Not all are going to be full length novels and that's fine with me. Good plot, characterization, [...]

    2. This story is exactly as Terri describes it - a quick and easy read, perfect for the beach or when you have a few spare hours. And, no, you don't have to have read any other Callaways stories to enjoy the book. The story is about a young pop-star-to-be meeting (and falling for) her dance instructor. Unfortunately, he has some problems to deal with, and that's where the conflict and suspense comes in. It all works out, but you'll have to read it to find out how.The story has a good pace, and the [...]

    3. Mehreen Ahmed's reviewMelody of Love by Terri Deno is a light, easy going, relaxing romance. However, the intricate descriptions of dance highlight the writer's in depth knowledge of the craft. It is a great read for those who are into dance and romance, as love gradually unfolds to meet the reader's expectations.

    4. This was a very quick read. I picked this up when I was looking for something to read over lunch and this one was perfect. It is a short and sweet read.I loved Mel as a character. She was probably like every other woman here today. Wanting to chase after her dreams and yet not being able to because of circumstances.Also, I loved how sweet Austin and Mel's romance was. Love is unpredictable and it really does not take long to fall in love, especially if it is with the right person. I am one of th [...]

    5. I was provided a copy of Melody of Love in exchange for an honest review.This is a very sweet, very short romance.  The character development is pretty good for the amount of time we have with them.  There is some mild drama and suspense.  Nothing too extraordinary.  The love scene in the short story is a fade to black.  Me being a lover of Erotica I don't really like the fade to black unless the book is a YA then it is understandable.  If I had paid a $1.99 for this I would have been extr [...]

    6. I have no familiarity with the Callaways books, which this is a Kindle Worlds association of, so can only comment on the book as a standalone novel. And as that, I found this story to be adorable. It is a very short read and I do think it could have been extended out to be a much more full novel, but the story as it is, was a really nice read. Very short but equally very sweet, and there is nothing in this book that would prevent me from letting a teenager read it.

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