Michael’s Heart by Lori Thomas Harrington – Review by Francis O’Sullivan

Michael's HeartMichael’s Heart by Lori Thomas Harrington
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Michael’s Heart by Lori Thomas Harrington is a romance novel with a focus on music and the afterlife. Musician Colbie is nearly killed in a car crash and has a second brush with death on the operating table. When her heart stops, she encounters Michael who may just be the soul mate she’s been searching for.
The narrative jumps around in time, giving us flashbacks that fill in the background as the story unfolds. There’s a fair bit of mystery that unravels over the course of the story. It keeps you hooked as there’s always more to uncover!
I really like the way Colbie is written, and how she interacts with the many supporting characters. I particularly like Lyric, her daughter, Ali, her friend and Dani, her sister. While it is a romance novel, it celebrates many different kinds of love which is lovely to read.
The musical side of things adds an interesting dimension to the story. It’s wonderful to read about how Colbie experiences music – it encourages me to rethink how I’m listening to music!
I give this book four stars. It’s a moving story, and great if you want something that will take you on an emotional journey.

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