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Music of the Heart

Maria Siopis

Publisher: Shadoe Publishing

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Summary

Danielle, a New York media executive and owner, Melina, a Greek singer, and Vickie, a flight attendant, will unexpectedly meet, and their lives will change forever.  
Danielle believes that the island of Santorini is the perfect getaway and where she hopes to find tranquility.  All elements are there to grant her wish, the vastness of the Aegean Sea stretches in front of her for miles, and the rented villa is luxurious and minutes from the town of Oia where the most stunning sunsets occur, and where exquisite white homes with blue domed roofs climbing the mountainside.  What she doesn't expect is to lose her serenity within hours of arrival to the island. Nevertheless, she completely surrenders herself when she meets Melina who threatens to destroy her inane beliefs about love. 
Melina is curious about Danielle, the intriguing woman she meets backstage after her concert, but she keeps her distance.  Her life is settled, she has a fiancé she adores, and a career that's taking off. That's her destiny, yet, a brief moment, a tiny nanosecond changed everything. Her path is crossed, and she is too late to change course.  She collides with her destiny, the perfect mate who is right in front of her.  Can she make a choice that is truthful to her heart or is she going to allow accusations and lies destroy her better judgment?  
Vickie stands between the two lovers claiming Melina's heart when the dark secrets and lies are exposed.  Is Melina going to give in to the gorgeous flight attendant or will her heart be taken by Danielle?  In a moment of hurt and disbelief Melina takes the wrong path. 
Yet, music cures broken hearts, music mends broken souls.  Or so Melina believes.

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