Review – Perfect Notes by Jaye Peaches

July 15, 2015 Review 0

Review – Perfect Notes by Jaye Peaches

Callie is all he desires—the tonic for his dominance. But to fulfill their dreams, she must succumb to his passions.

Amateur clarinetist Callie turns up for an orchestra rehearsal following a six-week absence to find a new conductor in residence—Stefan, a charismatic man with ambitions of being a composer. After he gives her a lift home, he invites her to his house for a practice session. What begins as a music lesson ends with a passionate display of dominance by Stefan.

As their sexual affair blossoms, Callie is increasingly drawn to find out more about her aspiring composer and why he is a potent lover in the bedroom. When she turns up unexpectedly at his house, she is shocked to find him in the company of a naked woman. Horrified to think that he might have betrayed her, she calls an end to their relationship, but persistent Stefan begs for a second chance.

Encouraged by her boss to resolve her feelings toward Stefan, Callie seeks out a friend of his, hoping to understand what drives him to dominate, but the given explanation creates more unresolved issues for Callie. Determined to seek out the truth, she plans to confront Stefan. But by then, he has gone abroad. Callie must make a decision—cash in her savings and follow Stefan, or banish him from her life. If she does the latter, she will never understand the nature of the intense emotions he has awakened within her. Does she dare to love him?

Title: Perfect Notes
Author: Jate Peaches
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: June 16th 2015
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance
Pages: 273
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Stars: three-stars
Flames: three-half-flames
Bailey Bradford

Hot and heavy doesn’t even begin to describe the chemistry between Callie and Stefan. It’s apparent from the beginning that these two weren’t going to be able to keep their hands off each other.

Stefan is a dominate male and Callie is finding out that she is somewhat of a submissive. This story is really about Stefan and Callie coming to terms with this “type” of relationship.

I liked this, but I have a couple of issues with it. Surprise, surprise, right? Anyway, I had a hard time getting in to Stefan’s character. The reasoning behind “why” he is the way he is just didn’t mesh with me. Although I will contradict myself and say that it was nice that nothing “tragic/traumatic” happened to him. The entire first half of the story, the flow is slow. But it seems like the last two chapters were written in a hurry to “end” the story. Eh

Ok, now the good stuff. I LOVED reading about the musical aspect in this. The author did a wonderful job incorporating and bridging the musical and sexual tension between the two. In fact, I felt as though those were some of the best scenes. Speaking of scenes, yep, they’re in there and plentiful. Stefan definitely knows what he’s doing and Callie is just along for the ride…and loving it.

All in all, I would say that this was an enjoyable read and I recommend it to those looking to boost their libido.




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