I've been intrigued by the Drazens since we first met Jonathan in Songs of Submission. Their dysfunctional father is the gift that keeps on giving. It doesn't stop with Carrie. She finds her soul mate in college, but that boy is not good enough to be with a Drazen....typical Romeo and Juliet story. But nothing CD Reiss writes is typical. Carrie and Gabriel's story is gut-wrenching, angsty and pretty dark. This book, like most by CD Reiss, should come with a warning. My warning to you is to clear your calendar because you won't be able to put it down until you finish.
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His intensity shattered me, blowing my will to bits. The pieces of me got caught in the whirlwind of his passion and were reshaped to a fine point that went in his direction. This was what it meant to be alive. to decide things. To choose by submitting to your heart's desire.
"There are notes that go together. Play them alone and they're fine, but play them together and it makes music."
In Carrie Drazen’s diamond-studded world, beauty is everything: a blessing, a commodity, and a curse. Her beauty got her past the velvet ropes and into high society, but it ripped her away from the man she loved and chained her to an unbearable life.
Then, in a single night, a song played by a mysterious and secretive musician carries her back to a past ripe with possibilities, when love could open any door.
Who is this anonymous performer?
How can a man she’s never met tell such a precise story of a boy she loved?She needs to know. But sometimes masks exist for a reason, and this unveiling could scar them both.