Love Song: A friends-to-lovers rock and roll romantic suspense by KG Fletcher – Review by Francis O’Sullivan

Love Song (A friends-to-lovers rock and roll romantic suspense)Love Song by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

KG Fletcher’s Love Song is, as the title suggests, a romantic novel where the main characters are musicians. The development of Sam and Casey’s relationship is interspersed with their experiences performing and touring together. I particularly like Fletcher’s vivid descriptions of the places they go to, and (of course) the food they eat when they’re there!
The tension in this story comes from the ghosts of the past that haunt the couple. Sam is still getting over a difficult break-up and is afraid of making himself vulnerable to more heartbreak. And Casey’s sister and niece are worried about an abusive ex who they’ve worked hard to escape from. The story is at times quite dark, but this is balanced with humour and warm characters.
Casey’s niece, GG, is definitely my favourite character! The bond she has with Casey is so special and their happy moments together bring light and fun to the story.
For me, this book gets four stars. I would recommend it to fans of romance and music, who want a book that will have you on the edge of your seat (and maybe reaching for the tissues.).

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