IN THE KEY OF by Willa Okati

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IN THE KEY OF by Willa OkatiIn the Key Of by Willa Okati
Published by Loose Id Genres: Contemporary, Gay
Reviewed by Lisa

By necessity Teague immerses his entire life into his career as a lawyer.  Burying himself in work is the only way he survived the death of his long time lover Harry.  Between his career, a very few close friends, and a cozy apartment with a temperamental cat Teague manages to get up each day.

 

Yet again burning the midnight oil at the office Teague hears the sweet strains of a violin outside his window.  Harry was the musician in their little family and used to joke about how hopeless Teague was at playing any instrument.

 

Ironically Teague runs into the violinist again at the train station on the way home.  The stranger even helps the lawyer with his new, complicated phone before catching his train.  From that night on Teague and his Irish violinist, Julian O Mochan, begin a friendship over the internet.  It may be a strange introduction to an unconventional relationship, but as Teague continues to mourn the loss of Harry and Julian has his reasons for guarding his heart it’s the only way they can begin.  Offering their heart will be the hardest thing either man is capable of doing.

 

In The Key Of couldn’t be more unique or enchanting a romance.  A modern love story where cell phones and laptops facilitate the start of something special.  Teague and Julian are so very different and so meant for each other.  Charming characters and a once in a lifetime second chance at love are wrapped up in In The Key Of. An original and tender love to explore.

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