Book Review: Rhapsody for Piano and Ghost by Z.A. Maxfield [Audiobook]

Book Review: Rhapsody for Piano and Ghost by Z.A. Maxfield [Audiobook]

Fitz is a lonely college student with no friends except his piano, when suddenly he ends up with a boyfriend, two ghosts who've decided to act as gay surrogate parents, and a long-time-ago step-brother who might be something more. Fitz's boyfriend keeps bringing trouble to his life, but his ghost dads are determined to make sure he ends up with the right person....
 
Book Review: I Heart Robot by Suzanne van Rooyen

Book Review: I Heart Robot by Suzanne van Rooyen

When Tyri is accepted into the Baldur Junior Philharmonic Orchestra as a violinist, she's excited, despite her mother's admonitions, because music is what she loves most. When Quinn is accepted, he's excited too, but for different reasons---he wants to use violin to show humans that androids aren't that different from them and deserve rights too. As problems between robots and humans worsen, and...
 
Book Review: Tone Deaf by Olivia Rivers

Book Review: Tone Deaf by Olivia Rivers

Ali, a former child prodigy at piano, has been deaf, using ASL and lip reading to get by, for seven years. But when her best friend drags her to a concert for a band whose music Ali has never even heard, she ends up winning the raffle to go backstage and meet the leader singer, Jace. Their first meeting doesn't go well, but, when he asks her to come back the next day and then notices her bruises,...
 
Book Review: His Master’s Summons (Azgarth’s Chosen Book 1) by Cassie Sweet

Book Review: His Master’s Summons (Azgarth’s Chosen Book 1) by Cassie Sweet

When famous violinist Andres Valentine is murdered, Dr. Stanslovich, a man who has been studying the art of reanimation, refuses to let the object of his obsession stay that way. But when Andres comes back to life, he forms a bond with Dr. Stanslovich's assistant, Henri, and Andres's dark fae master sets his sights on all of them, causing the scientists to question everything they know and Henri...