Heard It In A Love Song by Tracey Garvis Graves @tgarvisgraves @MacmillanAudio @NetGalley #romance #fiction #contemporary #bookreview #bookblogger

Kaceey’s Review:


This was such a sweet romance! 

Layla had aspirations to break into the music industry. Her band was quite successful, with a devoted local following. In order to make ends meet Layla gave up her first love of performing and began teaching kids music in the local elementary school. 

Josh married his high school sweetheart. Never imagining that as they grew up, they may also grow apart. But here he is after 20 years of marriage, now facing life as a part-time single dad. 

Turns out, Josh and Layla share a common interest. Josh’s daughter happens to be one of Layla’s students.   

Is this just a rebound infatuation with no real future? Or do they have a chance at something so much more? 

I listened to the audio and absolutely loved the narration by Andi Arndt. She did an amazing job giving life to the characters and telling a beautiful story of friendship and love. 

Thank you to NetGalley and Macmillan Audio 🎧 

14 thoughts on “Heard It In A Love Song by Tracey Garvis Graves @tgarvisgraves @MacmillanAudio @NetGalley #romance #fiction #contemporary #bookreview #bookblogger

  1. I love books about teachers (good ones), friendship, slow burn romance, new beginnings and this sounds perfect. I also have the audiobook, so am looking forward to it. Wonderful review Kaceey.

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      1. It’s actually a Stephen King novel: Billy Summers. I haven’t read/listened to him for a kazillion years (and I wasn’t that impressed), but I thought I’d try again. And “Mikey likes it!” Are you too young to remember the Life Cereal advertisement? If so, I will decode it. I’m really, really liking the audiobook. Great narrator!

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