Maybe it just wasn't what I was in the mood for; the writing is good (as is always the case with this author), but the plot felt just a little bit like a cookie-cutter romance novel -- and I didn't expect that.
Caleb and Sara meet in a recording studio ... and they don't much like one another at first. Then, they fall in love ... and then there are problems ... and then they all live happily ever after. It's a clean read, so there are no worries there for folks who prefer their romances with the proverbial lights off.
At the end of the day, it just wasn't my cup of tea. Three stars for excellent writing.