Music in the City Epub ✓ Music in eBook è

Music in the City[Read] ➫ Music in the City ➳ AnneMarie Buhl – Varanus.us Lana, a talented violinist, moves from her small town to the big city, hoping she ll find the adventure and excitement she craves But life there is a far cry from what she imagined and the insecure La Lana, a talented violinist, moves from her small town to the big Music in eBook è city, hoping she ll find the adventure and excitement she craves But life there is a far cry from what she imagined and the insecure Lana has difficulty fitting in When she meets a beautiful girl and starts to question everything about herself, Lana realizes she must let go of her past if she wants to embrace the change she needs Music in the City is a new adult short story.

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    Music in the City Epub ✓ Music in eBook è has difficulty fitting in When she meets a beautiful girl and starts to question everything about herself, Lana realizes she must let go of her past if she wants to embrace the change she needs Music in the City is a new adult short story."/>
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    Originally published at Red Adept Reviews Overall 5 StarsPlot Storyline 4 3 4 StarsThis is very much a character piece and most of the action is internal The story concerns a moment in Lana s life when she has to decide who she wants to be if she wants to cling to her small town, conservative upbringing or if she wants to embrace love and passion in the city, not to mention a little ambiguity.There are no car crashes and nothing blows up.Characters 5 StarsOne character was a bit of a mys Originally published at Red Adept Reviews Overall 5 StarsPlot Storyline 4 3 4 StarsThis is very much a character piece and most of the action is internal The story concerns a moment in Lana s life when she has to decide who she wants to be if she wants to cling to her small town, conservative upbringing or if she wants to embrace love and passion in the city, not to mention a little ambiguity.There are no car crashes and nothing blows up.Characters 5 StarsOne character was a bit of a mystery, but I get the impression that was intentional At the heart of this story is Lana s friendship with Colin It s one of those relationships that people wouldn t predict Unfashionable wallflower and gay extrovert However, the fact of their relationship and its enduring nature hints from the beginning that Lana might not be quite the church mouse that even she s convinced she is and in the story there s a solid reason, several actually, for why she s been afraid to feel or, at least, unclench I understood and felt for Lana, and I felt as if I too was friends with Colin And then there s SinWriting Style 4 3 4 StarsI was entranced with the language in this story, the lovely use of Lana s relationship with her violin as a metaphor for who she was and who she wanted to be Early on, she accepted a man s advances He took my violin from my submissive hands and then shortly after that, As I lay there, letting him pull of my jeans, I imagined my violin on the carpet, exposed It rested there, sweetly docile, waiting for someone to lift it, use it, and put it in its place The author, simply, had a wonderful, near perfect, way with words Every once in a while a line felt awkward or not quite right, but I have to say that I was charmed and touched by Lana s story, and moved by the ending

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