This was such a sweet read. I loved Ellen, the slightly nerdy heroine of the story, and her journey to maturity. And while she seemed a little clueless at times, I was so glad she rallied where it counted.
This book was full of wit, and really well developed characters. I learnt a lot about the harp world and being a wedding musician, and I very much enjoyed what seemed to be a highly accurate representation of working in the industry.
There were some suitably bitchy antagonists that made me want to step into the book and yell at them on Ellen’s behalf, and there was a lovely slow-building romance, where I was dying to read the ending. I even gasped / half-cried in one scene, but I won’t share any spoilers.
If you like your chick-lit clever and thoughtful, I highly recommend this book!