Publication date: January 23rd 2015
Genres: New Adult, Paranormal Romance
Madeline Noel fled war-torn Heaven to hide within the mortal world, but the blessing that could protect her from evil is the holy realm’s forbidden power.
As a talented soprano for the Eden Theatre Company, Madeline hides among prima donnas and tone-deaf flutists. Her perfect voice may entertain audiences, but a careless laugh may shatter glass, and her greatest scream can kill. To control her unrestrained voice, the angels forbid Madeline from embracing the emotions that strengthen her song. Anger. Fear.
The demon-hunter Damascus vows to defend Madeline from Hell’s relentless evil, but he cannot protect her from her own feelings. Though they deny their dangerous attraction, her guardian becomes her greatest temptation.
Surrendering to desire may awaken the gift suppressed within Madeline’s soul, and neither Heaven nor Hell will allow such absolute power to exist.
*I was provided a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review.
I know I have a good book in my hands when I decide I will read it again. I read this one twice in a row, and wasn't disappointed! You are going to love this book!
First of all, everything in Sing For Me is going to draw you in! It has everything! I have a degree in music, so of course I was drawn to the music aspect of the story, and it is so original I fell in love from the start!!!!
As a musician I have always been encouraged to embrace that emotion to draw from, and in Sing For Me, Madeline is asked to do te opposite, how can one connect with their music without these emotions?? Oh... bring on the love and the heat!!!
You have, have, have to get this book and read it, then re-read it!!!
Gracie Madison would spend every day, all day writing…if it were socially acceptable. Ever since she was a little girl scribbling with a crayon, Gracie’s dedicated herself to her books and all the supernatural and paranormal, creepy and beautiful stories and characters born within the pages. Now Gracie is committed to finally sharing those books with the world. When the laptop is pried from her hands, Gracie is probably working her day job, rooting on the Steelers, or out with her husband searching for Pittsburgh’s best sushi.