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Sunday, September 18, 2011

Review Of Rhapsody By Mahalia Levey


Rhapsody By Mahalia Levey

  • Pub. Date: August 2011
  • Publisher: Secret Cravings Publishing
  • Sold By: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: NOOK Book (eBook)
  • Sales Rank: 438,814
  • File Size: 140 KB
  • BN ID: 2940013088740
  • Source: 
      • Barnes And Noble (link to purchase HERE)
  • Purchase: Amazon.Com (link to purchase HERE)
  • Age: Adult 18+*

*I added the age restriction. The age restriction was not provided by Barnes And Noble.

Blurb:

Neveah Harris finally has her chance. Two albums in a row she’s worked with and tee’s he sports, she’s quickly becoming groupie fan number one. The only problem is, he 
doesn’t notice her dropped jaw every-time he enters the same room. Her age and weight are issues she must face in order to drum up enough courage to get his number.


Wade ‘Garrick’ Stevens is psyched to work on the newest cover for his band mates. They have a vision that only one sexy graphic artist can bring to life. The last two sold goldmines thanks to her brilliance. Underneath her professional front he senses she may be into just more than a working environment, which is just fine with him.


Years younger than her, he plans to convince her on one date. He’s sure sparks will ignite.


Wow, Rhapsody was fantastic. This story was such a refreshing change from the usual girl crushes on a guy and wants him to notice her but takes a year and a day to do it. It was great to see Garrick wanting Neveah just as much as she wanted him. The fact that he went after what he wanted was nice to read. Even though there was an age difference it didn't matter so much at the end of the day with Garrick and Neveah. This is a story I would love to see a sequel to. I want to know more about these amazing characters. Mahalia has NEVER disappointed me with any of her books. She has such an amazing ability to tell a great story, as well as, making it SMOKING HOT!!!! I also love the fact that she writes realistic characters. The fact that Neveah wasn't a skinny minny was awesome. I always read stories where the heroine is almost always a petite girl who is like a size zero. I applaud the fact that she made her character a size 10. Thank you for keeping it real and not playing to, what most people, perceive as the perfect ideal woman. On a scale from 1-10 I give Rhapsody a GIGANTIC 10 and encourage everyone 18+ to read it. If you are looking for a great short story about two real people exploring the possibility of love then this story is so for you.

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