is Josh’s best friend. The best thing his parents ever did
was hire Maddie, a classically trained musician, to be
Josh’s guitar teacher. They formed a special bond that
lasted years. Over those years, Josh found himself falling
in love with Maddie, but Maddie would never cross the line
of friendship with him even though she secretly wanted too.
Josh never wanted any woman as much as he wanted Maddie, and
the thought of being with a man never crossed his mind until
he met Dawson Kidd the newest member of his up and coming
up to his feelings for Dawson and allowing him into his life
ironically opened the door to a new relationship between him
and Maddie as well.
Perfect Cadence is quite good. It’s an interesting
story with some surprising dramatic twists. Although I felt
Josh and Dawson’s relationship evolved much to quickly, I
still liked the story a lot and thought Nikki Soarde did a
great job with the characters. I especially adored Ash,
Maddie’s son, he is a sweet, precocious little boy who
totally hero-worships Josh and Dawson. I think readers will
find many things to like about Perfect Cadence.