Tuesday, May 03, 2016

Review: Breaking Measures

Breaking Measures Breaking Measures by Emma Raveling
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book is the perfect example that sometimes, less is more. Less than 175 pages, it's the prequel to a book titled A Woven Silence (which I hope will be published real soon as I can't find more info about it).

Meet Leila Cates. A rich, pretty and successful concert pianist on the eve of her NY debut who after finding her boyfriend, the conductor, dead, is the principal suspect.

Leila has dedicated her entire life to music, and she is on the verge of losing it too. Teaming up with the police detective in charge of her case, she will find out not only who killed her boyfriend, but some things about herself that would have better been left alone.

Leila is a compelling character, smart and easy. She's a girl that has her world turned upside down and manages to survive and get stronger. So, when will we see her in a new book?

I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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