An absolute win for my first read by Rebecca Yarros. I’ve heard a lot of amazing things about Rebecca’s books and I have no idea why I waited so long. Muses and Melodies is the final book in the Hush Note trilogy and one of my favorite things about this series was that each standalone was written by a different author. How fantastic is that?! And can we have more series like this because I’m here for allll of it.
I’ve only read 2 out of 3 in this trilogy and it’s been rather enjoyable reads. In this one, we have Nixon’s story. We get a little glimpse of what happens with him in Sarina Bowen’s Lies and Lullabies and since then, I knew that I needed his story more than anything.
Everything about these two is soooo strongly felt. I loved that there were the enemies to lovers and close proximity factor because that is always bound to make the story better. And it sure did not disappoint. The one thing I really was expecting was all of the emotion. With Nixon battling with his addiction and staying sober (there’s something deeper that weighs constantly on his mind). Zoe has been appointed to look after Nixon and to make sure he stays in line.
It’s quite the journey that these two go on and so damn emotional. Truly a story that I want to read over and over again, highly recommend.
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