In Harmony – Book Review

Title: In Harmony

Author: Emma Scott

Publisher: Trillian

Publication Date: February 13, 2018

Pages: 380

Rating: 5 stars

**Thanks to Net Galley for sending me a copy to review**

Synopsis: Seventeen-year-old Willow suffer through it nobody should have to go through. She has been living with the effects even after this happened. Her parents are rich snobs and only care about appearances. Halfway through her senior year, she has to move to Harmony, Indiana, from New York. She loves the new changes and takes an interest in a fellow classmate, Isaac.

Isaac has his own store with his own problems. His mother died when he was young, and his father is the town drunk. Issac turns to act, and it became an outlet for him to express the words he didn’t want to say. When he performs, he gets to embody other characters so that he doesn’t have to face the world through himself but as other people.

The to bond over Hamlet and the theater. The each lean on each other and learn new things and how to become with the other needs. Will they be able to become a couple when her dad threatens to end Isaac’s career and have them move to Canada?

Thoughts: The story was heartbreaking. I was so captivated the entire time I was reading. Willow story is a heart-wrenching one. I felt so sorry, and I wanted to offer help and guidance to her. Isaac was so sweet to Willow and I am so happy for his successes in life. The way that the two stories collide is so cute but bittersweet. I loved reading and getting to know the characters in In Harmony. I would highly recommend as a year-round read!

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