Thursday, April 28, 2016

Sheri's Review of The Sound Of Serendipity by Cynthia A. Rodriguez ~ BLOG TOUR ~

Title: The Sound of Serendipity
Author: Cynthia A. Rodriguez
Release Date: April 14, 2016
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So many things can happen to a person on a Central Park bench.
For Emerson Kingsley, falling in love happened, despite her broken monster of a heart.
Emerson knows more about listening than she does about love, whether it’s listening to artists as a music producer or listening to stories as she people watches.
Months of watching Maddox Bailey from a park bench are to blame for her infatuation. In her mind, the moment they meet will be spectacular if she ever finds the nerve to speak to him.
But when the two share an awkward cab ride, she realizes that maybe fantasies are meant to stay that way.
The only problem is, now that they’ve met, he keeps popping up in her life. Each time he does, Emerson finds the real-life Maddox to be better than anything she could’ve dreamed—sexy, passionate, and sweeter than his chocolate brown eyes.
A woman in love with possibilities meets a man determined to make them happen.

“Maddox will ruin any man for you. DAYUM MADDOX. Day-um.” – H.B. Stumbo, Author
“The Sound of Serendipity was the craziest, most epic roller coaster ever, and I never wanted to get off.” – Jessi Elliott, Goodreads
“Cynthia Rodriguez has went and knocked it out of the park AGAIN! Her writing is truly remarkable. Every single thing about this story was spell binding.” – Tarah, Book Queen
“This book was pure bliss!” – Mg Herrera, Goodreads
“The Sound of Serendipity has blown me away. It’s an eloquently told, unique story that will undoubtedly leave a mark in the romance genre.” – Erin, Southern Belle Book Blog

This was the first time I have read and reviewed a book by Cynthia Rodriguez and I was pleasantly surprised. Let me start out by saying that this book isn't something I would topically review but it brought a refreshing vibe to my Kindle Library. 

The story start out with Emerson Kingsley, wallflower, introvert and daughter of CEO of Kingsley records. But what many don't know is that Emerson is somewhat of a toured soul. Ever since her mothers passing, she has slowly fell within herself and only let few people in. However when she goes to the park and people watch, her imagination goes wild. But when her eyes land on a handsome stranger, Emerson's heart starts to skip a beat. 

Who knew sharing a cab would seal the deal for Emerson and her handsome stranger. Who know that he was Kinsley's newest employee. Now being face to face with her "Park" crush, Emerson is forced to come out of her comfort zone and embrace her newest employee. After several work related close calls, Maddox can't seem to get the boss's daughter out of his mind. Only if he can get her to open up, then maybe he can see where this flirtatious relationship may go. But Emerson is a tough nut to crack and only wants to keep their relationship a secret. Can Maddox get Emerson to let go and embrace him but also her new position at the record label. Can Emerson hold down all her responsibility's and start something with one of her employees?

I found this to be a great story. Maddox is a smooth talker and knows just what to do to help Emerson come out of her shell. Who cares if she throws a few tantrums, doesn't every girl do that when she sees her man talking to another pretty girl? 

My only complaint about this book was that during the chapter, there were no distinction of location. For example, at only paragraph Emerson was home and then the next paragraph she was at the park, however it wasn't all that distracting to stop reading. 

Great book Ms. Rodriguez. Total 4 star review. REVIEWED BY SHERI

Cynthia A. Rodriguez hates writing her own bio. In her down-time, you can find her watching movies, ranging anywhere from classic movies to action flicks (she has a weakness for Marvel adaptations), and reading steamy novels. She is stationed in North Carolina, where she lives with her husband and their Miniature Pinscher, Winnie (as in Pooh).

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