Sunday, February 6, 2011

Review: Pianist Envy by Helen Hardt

Pianist Envy by Helen Hardt

Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Huge success has so far eluded musician Jane Rock. Coming from a modest background, she’s had to work hard for everything she has. When a music agent attends one of her rock band’s performances at a local club, she thinks her big break has finally come, until an inebriated—though handsome and muscular—patron spoils her show.

Classical pianist Chandler Hamilton has had most of his success handed to him due to his family name. He has his reasons for detesting rock music, but he finds himself drawn to beautiful and talented Jane. Although the two sizzle between the sheets, outside the bedroom they bicker endlessly and envy what they perceive as the other’s good fortune. When Jane needs a favor, Chandler resists. Can love blossom amid clashing notes and tempos?

Hunter's Review

I really enjoyed this erotic romance by Helen Hardt. Jane is an incredibly tough character but I found myself rooting for her. Chandler is from moment one a classicly conflicted hero who every woman wants to swoon over. Together, they made heat come off the page.

I think what Ms. Hardt has managed to do in this story is to create real romance amidst the erotic background. You root for these characters to get together and the end is so romantic it is tear worthy.

I highly recommend this book.

5 Tea Cups!

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