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What boundaries would you cross for love? That's the question a grieving mother must answer when she takes in a young street musician to learn about her daughter's death and finds herself falling for him. A touching love story that will have you equally tantalized and in tears, Jane's Melody follows a forty-year-old woman on a romantic journey of rediscovery after years of struggling alone. Sometimes our greatest gifts come from our greatest pain. And now Jane must decide if it's too late for her to start over, or if true love really knows no age. Jane's Melody may not be suitable for younger readers due to sexual content.
Reviews There is nothing better than settling into a great book. It's like entering a world where you get to be the heroine, meet the handsome prince and live happily ever after.
Well, not always, but Jane's Melody is like taking warm, scented bubble bath while drinking a good red wine to wash down a piece of dark chocolate. Mmm . . . Not only does Ryan Winfield write a great story, but his writing is like an expensive luxury car that's beautiful and functional, making the ride all that much better. And what a ride Jane's Melody is. Think 50 Shades of Gray for the woman of a certain age.
The story starts off Jane, a woman burying her twenty year-old daughter who lost her battle with substance abuse. As Jane gets back into her car, she watches as a stranger stands at her daughter's grave, in the rain and places a silver dollar on the newly turned earth.
Jane finds the young man playing guitar outside the coffee shop where her daughter once worked and the story develops from there.
The way Winfield gets inside Jane's head is really amazing considering he's a man. This is writer who really understands women, and the passages of Jane's grief over her daughter's death are so spot on, that I have to wonder if Winfield has had a similar event happen in his life.
Here's a sample of his poetic writing. "She(Jane) knew the coming spring would see the grass take root again, sealing Melody forever beneath it in a patient world belonging only to the dead." Loc. 51 of 4233
And this passage of Jane's thoughts after leaving the cemetery. "For everyone else it was just another day." Loc. 149 of 4233 This is what it feels like when your world has been shattered by the worse thing you can imagine happening. It's such a clean and simple line, but it sums up exactly what it's like.
Not only is the story compelling and relatable, with an unforgettable main character, but it's also filled with prose that reads like poetry.
I hope Ryan Winfield has a very long career because he's one of my favorite writers. I loved South of Bixby Bridge and now he's written another story that's just as wonderful.
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