Melody’s Key by Dallas Coryell

ARCI was genuinely surprised, the writing was beautiful, and the love letters…


This book is going to make you feel good, and  your going to laugh.


Mason is a pop star who feels trapped. He has some hard decisions to make and  came to Tegan’s family’s estate to consider his options. Now I loved Mason, but who doesn’t love a misunderstood rock star?

Tagan sees him as a egoistical typical pop star, and she jumps to all sorts of conclusions about him.

I had a hard time liking Tagan to be honest, but she did grow on me.


All in all it was a good book, it was a beautiful love story.  We get to feel  Tagan and Mason fall in love, and watch them grow.

Why 3 stars?

The writing style was a little too descriptive. It was a long a book.

I had a hard time connecting to Tagan. She was judgmental, hot headed, and well a little too perfect.

Now in saying that, I rate on enjoyment, Long descriptive books are not my thing, and overly sweet books are not thing. But if you enjoy books such as this then read it.


I look forward to more from this author


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