When all hope is lost, can music be the ultimate lifeline?
Isabel ‘Izzy’ Adler used to dominate the world’s stages with her vocal acrobatics. But since she lost her voice ten years ago, Izzy’s been to hell—and hasn’t found her way back.
When journalist Leila Zadeh is brought in to finish her biography, Izzy’s dark plans for her life are challenged by the brilliant and gorgeous new woman in her life.
Will the instant attraction between them be enough to stop Izzy from playing out her final song?
Best-selling lesbian romance author Harper Bliss brings you a hopeful story about what it takes to choose life again—and the incredible power of artistic expression.
★★★★★ “There is so much hope and power in this story, it’s simply magnificent.”
★★★★★ “Beautifully written, powerful novel about the strength of your own voice.”
I loved this book.it was funny,emotional and put together so nicely. I love that the love interest are two older women (don’t see that a lot).
"Wanting to die, but choosing to live"
Oh boy. The feels that this book delivers were as exhausting as they were invigorating. The beautiful moments of self-revelation, the getting lost in new love, the revealing of skeletons lurking in closets, the hope to try again, the adventure of a new chapter of life, the acceptance of loss and pain, the hugs that attempt to calm the storm, just- all of it. Not to mention some steam your windows love-making. You will not regret a single tear you will inevitably shed as you read her note... you will relive the relief you feel when Layla puts the singer in her place and makes her listen to reason- the anger is palpable, and her words will haunt you and make you take stock of your own life. A beautiful work of fiction. One I will read again and again. Truly remarkable and grateful a light shines through the darkness.