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Love In B Minor

Narrated by: Kasi Hollowell
Length: 8 hrs and 2 mins
5 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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A sweet romance...  

No promises. No fake tomorrows. That was the plan.  

New city. New life. At least, that's what 19-year-old Jen Harrison believes. On the surface, she's living her dream: dancing in a prestigious dance company in Paris. But her sister's death and the mistakes she's tried to bury haunt her. She's become a pro at hiding who she truly is, and she definitely doesn't want a guy to derail her, but a one night-stand she can do. Nothing more. She definitely doesn't plan to see the sexy stranger who made her laugh for the first time in years ever again.   

Girls don't walk away from Lucas Wills. Bad boy turned rock star, he's got his share of groupies. Always upfront, he doesn't promise fake tomorrows because love can destroy everything. Been there, done that. His ex not only lied to him, she stomped on his heart, used him to become famous, and almost ruined him. So, waking up alone after a night beyond his wildest imagination with a girl he just met shouldn't upset him, shouldn't inspire one of the saddest songs he's ever written, shouldn't make him want to chase after her.  

When Jen, the one-night stand who got away, auditions to be a dancer in Lucas' next music video, they can't stop their growing attraction. But Jen's secrets and his ex could shatter the careers they tried so hard to build and their hearts…they will have to decide what's more important and if love is worth the fight.

©2016 Elodie Nowodazkij (P)2019 Elodie Nowodazkij

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  • Bette
  • @AudiobookObsession
  • 05-18-19

Jen💘Lucas! Fabulous Heartfelt Story & Listen🎧

Elodie Nowodazkij is a new to me author and I will happily be checking out more of her work. She has a way with words and a wonderful writing style. Her storylines are interesting, the grabbed me right from the start and captivated me to the very end. Her characters are complex and well developed, they are also realistic and it was easy to relate to what they were going through and feeling. I loved the two leads, Jen and Lucas, each are suffering from a loss and struggling from their own demons, but it is the chemistry between them that brings them together. I loved how they could be themselves with each other, despite their careers and who they are, which I found quit fitting. I loved both he music and dance aspect included in the story. There is never a dull moment in this book, there is drama, angst, twists and romance. I highly recommend this enjoyable and entertaining story, it takes you on an emotional rollercoaster ride and to the edge of your seat after a great plot twis! Well done Elodie Nowodaskij, very well done! Thank you for the great story. .

I listened to the Audible edition, Kasi Hollowell is a wonderful narrator and voice performer. She brings the characters to life, gives each their own voice and personality. She projected the emotions of the characters in her performance. She is an entertaining storyteller and a pleasure to listen to. Thank you for this great listen🎧

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Loved this book in any note

This book was absolutely a fabulous listen that literally had me laughing out loud, smirking, gasping out loud and just taking me on an adventure. The relationship between Jenn and Lucas is just perfect and their description of what a relationship should be is definitely life goals (and yes I know this is fiction). The tension between these characters creates for a perfect read and their were definitely a few twists thrown in ( with a strong hatred towards one of the other characters).

This is the first time I listened to a book by Kasi Hollowell and I found her voice very soothing and with the correct intonations and I can't wait to listen to more books from her.


Truly a delightful listen.

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Love in B Minor

Loved this story. Kinda insta love but well done. Liked the mystery and suspense to the story and the narration was great!
I received a free copy of this book and am leaving an honest review.

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cute ya/na

I was surprised by this book. Mainly because the heroine was of color(her grandparents were East Asian, Guinean and Irish). I'm not multiracial, so I'm not sure what she'd consider herself, but she was described as Jhene Aiko-presenting(someone whom is marketed as Blasian)someone who is clearly not white. I do tend to seek out narratives from PoC more, but it's not easy.

This novel is part YA, part NA. It has tone and themes common to YA and NA so it's hard to know what to see it as, but if I had to choose, I'd say NA because they lived independent from parents. It was about a dancer(ballerina) who falls for a rock star who was more famous than she knew. They both experienced loss and dealt with drugs in their pasts. I wasn't sure how comfortable I was with the heroine being a former drug addict since she didn't present as white, especially since we don't often humanize substance abusers who aren't white. But as a ballerina, I kind of understand it, though it didn't make it any less uncomfortable, especially from a white author.

The hero wasn't as interesting as the heroine, which for a romance isn't normally the case. But in the instance, I was actually glad I liked the heroine more, because that's often something you don't hear, liking the heroine more than the hero. It's a sweet story, especially for readers who like romance but don't love open door lover scenes. I happen to LOVE them, but I understand that's not a possibility for every single book I pick up. I adored the Paris setting and that the hero was half French and fluent in the language. It focused on character development more than romance, so it's why the tone felt very YA at times. That surprise ending though, idk, lol. But the narrator was on point. She was good at making sure the hero and heroine's voices felt different, so I knew when the change happened. Her performance was solid and made the story.

I'd read from this author again if it were in audiobook. Overall I enjoyed the book.

I received this book via Audiobook Boom from the author; it does not impact my review that was written voluntarily.

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The ballerina and the musician

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

I loved Jen and Lucas. Their pain mirrors one another and they share a lot of the same experiences. Granted Lucas's pain more severe than Jen's because he lets the betrayals from his ex affect his judgement when it comes to his relationship with Jen. But they are so good together and liked all the time they spent together. The sort of mystery of leaked information and pictures was a trip, if not a bit predictable. It was still mind blowing a bit. This was such an enjoyable book and the narration was really good. Kasi Hollowell was outstanding. She did a great job as Jen and Lucas and I really just loved her voice as I listened to this book. I really want to listen to other books she narrates.

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  • Jan M
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Love in B Minor

Love in B Minor by Elodie Nowodazkij really is awesome! I loved the imagery in the story, the blend of romance and suspense, the way that death brought together Jen and Lucas. Parts of the story were very realistic, and the 3 day insta-love was surprising. The ending really took me by surprise. Kudos to the author for the twists. Kasi Hollowell is fantastic! She brings the characters to life with her distingusihable voices for the numerous characters. I could hear exactly who was speaking. I requested this review copy audiobook and have voluntarily written this review. I will definitely listen to more books by this author and narrator. This really is a great listen!

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Sweet sweet love!

First, I have to start off by stating that I got this book free of charge in exchange for a review, but as I always state, this does not in any way impact my review. My reviews are always honest and my own.

I liked the writing style and it’s allusions to ballet, and luckily it wasn’t overdone, which meant that the story flowed well and quickly.

I really liked the two main characters and how they were both going through quite similar things, with Jen dealing with the death of her younger sister and Lucas dealing with the death of his best friend, and I really liked how they supported and listened to each other. Their relationship was super cute, though I will admit that Nick and Em are still my favorites. But this is undeniable instalove and a pretty fast one at that too… I mean, within 3 days of knowing each other they’re way too intense.

Now, this book really surprised me. BIG.TIME. I did not see that coming…. at all, and I still can’t quite wrap my head around what happened.

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  • Selina ryles
  • 05-30-19

A guilty pleasure read and I was hooked

First of all I would like to say that this is the first book I have read or listened to by Elodie Nowodazkij and I hadn't realised that this book was part of a series. This book became my guilty pleasure and I finished it within a day . The chemistry between the two main characters was in abundance and I was hooked from start to finish. The pace of the book was great and flowed. I am a sucker for this type of genre and the book certainly did not disappoint. I wished it could be longer and that is the greatest compliment I can give to any book. I would certainly like to read more from the author in the future . I was provided a copy by the author/ narrator in exchange for an honest unbiased review