Friday, August 12, 2016

REVIEW: The Piano Tuner by Stephanie Mask #Ghosts #PNR #Romance

Cursed centuries ago, maestro Brent Sullivan lives the life a wraith, confined to his music hall, unable to feel emotion or human touch unless the music plays. Only love can set him free. When a new pianist joins the orchestra, her playing sparks life into him and he sets out to seduce her.

Passionate about her music, Abigail Wallen is practicing for the concert of her career. But there's a difference in her playing lately that she can't explain. It's as if someone's touching her, a lover leading her into a world of sensuality and desire such as she's never known. Yet when her fingers still upon the keys, no one is there. 

Passion rises with every note, the heat of desire is all-consuming, yet a sinister darkness looms in the hall, threatening to keep them apart.

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RATING: 3.5 Stars 

The Piano Tuner is a hot quick mystical read. Abigail is a gifted and talented pianist who is at the cusp of her career dream. Brent is cursed to never know touch or taste. The only way he can touch the little pianist who has snared his soul is by thought and only as the music plays. This is also a very erotic, sensual, and passionate story. My only critique is I wish it had been longer. It ended way too quickly. It is still worth a reader's time to read and enjoy.

Reviewed by: Nikki

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