24 July 2020

Sweet Melody | Audiobook Review


When a struggling bakery owner is rescued by a wannabe songwriter with hidden culinary talents, they discover they can make sweet harmony … if they can only learn to work together.

Rhett Foster longs to change the world with his music, yet he can’t even finish writing one song. Battered by a string of failures and disillusioned, he returns home to Portland, Oregon. While he desperately wants to create a chart-topping hit, his dad mandates a new mission: move to coastal vacation hotspot Seabrook, Washington and expand the family’s successful restaurant chain.

In danger of destroying her late parents’ legacy if she doesn’t diversify her menu, Lindsay Carmichael will try anything to save her bakery. But with a tiny budget and an injured employee who can’t work, she has no choice but to sink the last of her savings into buying a dilapidated food truck and hiring Rhett as a part-time barista. What she doesn’t know is that the handsome songwriter has a secret … one that could destroy her business and her heart.

Release Date: August 1, 2019



As it turns out, Heidi McCahan’s Sweet Melody is as charming via audiobook as it is in print, and I enjoyed revisiting the town of Seabrook, Washington. The romance between struggling bakery owner Lindsay Carmichael and struggling musician Rhett Foster makes for easy listening, but has an uplifting message at its heart. For listeners of contemporary romance, it is a perfect way to escape to a new place for a few hours amidst these complicated times—definitely worth a listen.

I received a complimentary copy of this book and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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