Review: Resonance by Neve Wilder (Rhythm of Love #2)


Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via LesCourt ARC Team.

Ah, Neve Wilder seems to have the map to my romance fiction-loving heart! This author's second novel in her Rhythm of Love series certainly didn't disappoint, and given the fact that the bar was set rather high by the series starter, I'd say that Resonance more than satisfied. Here we've got a May-December slash employer-employee romance between Daniel Grim and Owen Harper. Dan may be a record store owner now, but he once had a highly successful career in the music industry, choosing to leave it behind years ago for his own sanity. He likes his life the way it is, but when Owen becomes a part of it, Dan begins to realize what a difference the warmth of this younger man brings to it. But before Dan can fully allow himself to bask in all things Owen, his past comes a-calling, and this unexpected and not-so-welcome return is a very harsh reminder of just how fragile his heart has been for so long.

As always, this book made my angst-addicted heart quite happy, but the angst isn't the sole reason why this was as good of a read as it was. Neve Wilder does slow burn extremely well, making for a far more interesting read, especially since readers get to know the main characters far better. I've always preferred romances where a foundation is created for the characters to build their relationship upon, and with Dan and Owen being such opposites, I wanted to see how they would find common ground while also trying to overcome any and all differences between them. This book works well enough as a standalone, although when it comes to books in a series, I always recommend that they be read in order just so you do not miss out. I'm giving Resonance five stars. ♥

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Read my reviews for the Rhythm of Love series:


Dedicated (book one) - five stars - My Review

Resonance (book two) - five stars - My Review (posted above)

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Date Read: 30 August 2019

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