Review: Ellen the Harpist

Ellen the Harpist Ellen the Harpist by Diane Michaels
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Ellen has decided it’s time to become more mature. She already has her career as a harpist squared away but now it may be time to work on her relationship status, going from single to taken. She thinks she may have found the perfect mate, but he is in a relationship with a woman that Ellen doesn’t care for. There’s also the relationship with her parents to sort out, which has been hard ever since her father’s stroke. Maybe this whole mature thing can wait…

Ms. Michaels has created a great character in Ellen, it’s easy to see her struggles and cheer in her triumphs. Though sometimes Ellen is a little too self absorbed, she still cares for her friends and family. It was interesting to read a book about a professional musician that plays a less popular instrument, I never realized playing weddings could be so lucrative. I rated this book 4 out of 5stars and would recommend it to readers interested in romantic comedies, but don’t be fooled “Ellen the Harpist” is filled with a lot more than that.

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