Ever since her husband died, Chelsea
has been unable to listen to the music she loves. Her
husband’s death left a hole in her heart that has yet to
heal. As a favor to her brother, Chelsea agrees to attend a
concert with him knowing that she won’t be able to stay.
When Kyle Montgomery begins to play his violin, Chelsea
doesn’t understand her body’s reaction to the soulful
Kyle Montgomery can feel her presence
in the audience. He knows that the woman he is meant to be
with is there and he is not leaving the city until he finds
her. His partner, Grant, is skeptical and yes, a bit
jealous of Kyle’s fixation on completing their circle. He
is afraid of losing the love Kyle and he share.
Sex Symphony is sizzling
times three. Kyle’s wicked and naughty violin teases the
senses of Grant and Chelsea and the love scenes between the
triad are scorching hot. With a paranormal twist I was
unprepared for, Sex Symphony really delivered
a powerful and enigmatic ménage of love and the means we use
to find out perfect love. Madison Blake deserves well
earned kudos for this blistering love story.