Review! Counterpoint and Harmony (Songs and Sonatas #5) by Jerica MacMillan

Counterpoint and Harmony by Jerica MacMillan


I’m a nerdy cellist.

She’s a superstar.

We live on different planets with incompatible atmospheres.

There’s no way our relationship can work. I know this. And I’ve already screwed everything up by pushing her away.

But when I get a second chance, I can’t resist taking it. Even though I know it’ll end in disaster.

Because we all know what happens when you fly too close to the sun. 

The spellbinding conclusion to Charlie and Damian’s story, you’ll find out what happens when there’s no longer anywhere to hide and how much it takes to make love work. Emotional, exquisite, and unputdownable, grab Counterpoint and Harmony today!




I received a copy and voluntarily left a review and all opinions are my own.

Since starting the Songs and Sonatas series by Jerica MacMillan, she has continually left her fans sitting on a cliff waiting in nail biting, breathless agony to find out what happens with these couples that are surrounded by musical instruments, college professors, and celebrity spotlight. Jerica keeps showing us again and again how love blooms between characters from different musical worlds that have to overcome greater obstacles and miles than most. After reading Broken Chords, I couldn’t wait to find out how the pop star in hiding whose cover has been blown and the quiet cello player were going to find their way back to each other in Counterpoint and Harmony through the web of lies surrounding them and the miles separating them. It wasn’t long and Jerica had me deeply entrenched in the musical drama and ready to see passion build again between these two and them make sweet music together.

Charlotte James is a heroine who is trying to find out who she really is amidst stage lights, paparazzi, and people with hidden agendas. No wonder she fell hard for the soft spoken Damian who would rather pursue his love affair with his cello and music then read a gossip magazine. I was heart broken to see the way that things ended between these two in Broken Chords but proud to watch Charlotte grow into the woman she was always meant to be. If you think she had a lot of personal growth in the beginning of her story, wait until you see the drastic changes that this strong female character goes through to ensure that she can have both of her true loves…music and Damian.

Damian is a character that is a little harder to get to know but once you do, you love him for all his introspective, contemplative ways, and his gentle spirit. But don’t let all of that fool you, he knows how to throw down and have his “Charlie” all emotional and wanting in the bedroom. While I loved this character, there were times in this section of his story that I just wanted to shake him and say “what are you thinking?” but underneath all of that, I can’t help but love the cello nerd and want him to finally get the girl.

Jerica MacMillan delivers another addition to her Songs and Sonatas series that once again ratchets up the angst and leaves you cheering with over the top emotions for her newest musical couple. I highly recommend Counterpoint and Harmony for a rocky and emotional ending to this spellbinding duo that will leave your heart singing their praises long after their last page is read. I cannot wait to see what Jerica offers us with her next couple that is sure to be surrounded by fame and musical notes. All I can say is bring on the heavy emotions, passion, and cliff hangers Jerica…your fans are ready and waiting!


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