Sweet Thing You have to teach your heart and mind how to sing together then you ll hear the sound of your soul Mia Kelly thinks she has it all figured out She s an Ivy League graduate a classically trained piani

  • Title: Sweet Thing
  • Author: Renee Carlino
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  • Page: 186
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  • You have to teach your heart and mind how to sing together then you ll hear the sound of your soul Mia Kelly thinks she has it all figured out She s an Ivy League graduate, a classically trained pianist, and the beloved daughter of a sensible mother and offbeat father Yet Mia has been stalling since graduation, torn between putting her business degree to use and explor You have to teach your heart and mind how to sing together then you ll hear the sound of your soul Mia Kelly thinks she has it all figured out She s an Ivy League graduate, a classically trained pianist, and the beloved daughter of a sensible mother and offbeat father Yet Mia has been stalling since graduation, torn between putting her business degree to use and exploring music, her true love.When her father unexpectedly dies, she decides to pick up the threads of his life while she figures out her own Uprooting herself from Ann Arbor to New York City, Mia takes over her father s caf , a treasured neighborhood institution that plays host to undiscovered musicians and artists She s denied herself the thrilling and unpredictable life of a musician, but a chance encounter with Will, a sweet, gorgeous, and charming guitarist, offers her a glimpse of what could be When Will becomes her friend and then her roommate, she does everything in her power to suppress her passions for him, for music but her father s legacy slowly opens her heart to the possibility of something .

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    1. Good looking guy - CheckCute girl - CheckKelly and Ryan - good Irish surnames - CheckLovable Dog - CheckNew York City - CheckReferences to Music - CheckNo Bondage - CheckNo Millionaires/Billionaires/Trillionaires -CHECK, CHECK, TRIPLE CHECK!!What a lovely find this was. Had been going through a bit of a slump in the book department there for a while and this one caught my eye on . I must say we readers are very lucky with all the new talented authors emerging at the moment. This is a debut novel [...]

    2. *I received this book in exchange for an honest review*Dear God, where to even start?I suppose at the beginning. I was immediately drawn in by the prologue. It’s told from the perspective of a mother in an airport. She’s also a writer and daydreaming about how she would describe the people around her. One of them is Mia, our main character. The writer’s musings on what life advice she would give to our MC really struck me and her thoughts on wisdom and knowledge and the difference between [...]

    3. I have a new book boyfriend and his name is Will Ryan. I’m in love. Oh, and did I mention he was a bit of a rockstar?? ;)Sweet Thing was a sweet, heartbreaking and romantic story that kept me up reading all night!4.5 stars.This was one of those books that shifted my entire TBR. I had other plans but suddenly I felt compelled to read it.I’ll admit though I was hesitant to start it at first because I’d heard about some people being frustrated with the heroine, but then I realized that a lot [...]

    4. LOVED THIS STORY!!! WILL ♥♥♥♥♥ I loved this book every single angsty heart clenching moment--and this book was full of them!!Mia has recently moved to New York City from her home in Michigan. Her dad recently died and she's come to take over his cafe and live in his apartment until she figures out what exactly she wants to do in her life. She's young and recently through with college. This story is told from her POV. On the flight to NYC she meets Will he's seated next to her and freak [...]

    5. 4.5 SWEET STARS.Cutest, most endearing and frustrating book I've read this year. I'm pretty convinced that from the first page I knew I would fall a little in love with this book and here's the reason why WILBUR RYAN.Now for reviewing's sake heres some of my book thoughts The characters Well we have already established that I'm a firm fan of one of the leading characters, so I'll tell you a bit more about them. Mia is incredibly sweet, determined, talented and a whole lot of lost. Her character [...]

    6. 4.5 StarsSweet Thing was a really sweet read. It was a beautiful and touching story of two people, Mia and Will, who meet coincidentally and both of their lives change forever. Mia Kelly is moving from her home in Ann Arbor to NYC. Her father has recently passed away, and she is going to the city to take over his cafe. She is responsible, has a business degree, but her real passion is music. Not only is she grieving her father, but she is trying to figure out what she wants to do with her life. [...]

    7. Sometimes it takes the love of others to show us who we really areSweet Thing was a truly refreshing read! What I loved most about this book was its incredible depth. If you were to judge this story by its pretty cover and adorable title, you might expect a sweet and tender love story--but what you're given is substantially more.This story provides such powerful wisdom—offered in bundles and in subtle whispers. It kicks off with one of the most intriguing and well thought out prologues I've re [...]

    8. DNF AT 70% I HATE MIAWhy????? This book was a 5 stars but ugh Mia ruined the whole book for me!!The story begins with Mia who lost the only person who had the same interest for music with her.Her father.After that she went to take care his cafe business in New York and that's when she meet Will a musician who they eventually become roommates.I loved the beginning and how they developed an adorable and sweet friendshipBut things getting more confused between themuse Will has feelings for her.At 4 [...]

    9. "You have to teach your heart and mind how to sing togetheren you'll hear the sound of your soul."4 STARS for this SWEET, HEARTWARMING, MEANINGFUL, TOUCHING STORY about love, loss, friendship, music and so much more. It's a story about two people trying to come to terms with their past and trying to find a way to realize their hopes and dreams together in the city of New York. Mia --Will --After reading this story's thoughtful, original and intriguing prologue, I knew I was in for an unforgettab [...]

    10. 4 STARS! ★★★★“You have to teach your heart and mind how to sing together then you'll hear the sound of your soul.”Holy motha of emotions. I never thought I'd live to see a day where a book could have pushed all my buttons like Thoughtless did and to go through a heroine as frustrating as Kiera all over again (minus the cheating and love triangle, thankfully). All I wanted to do is set my Kindle on fire repeatedly or throw it against the wall in hopes that it'll somehow be enough to k [...]

    11. Awesome debut novel! Freaking loved it!This is the story of Mia and Will. Mia moves from Ann Arbor (shout out to my hometown) Michigan to NYC after her father passes away. On the flight to New York, she sits next to a very hot, very flying-freaked-out Will Ryan. He's got his guitar and a rosaryound his neck. Hmm. They hit it off, chatting comfortably the entire flight. Here is where I fell in love with that man. He was so irresistibly sweet and funny, I couldn't resist. The rosary around the nec [...]

    12. A Million Stars!!! This book was amazing!!! In the top 5 books I have read this year!!! Such a beautiful story. This book didn't appeal to me when it first came out for some reason. I only read it because my buddy reader wanted to read it and let me tell you I am so glad I did. I laughed, I cried and I just loved this book to pieces. I am normally one who has to have steam in her books. This book wasn't that steamy but that was okay. The story was so good that it truly didn't matter. When the co [...]

    13. "You have to teach your heart and mind how to sing together Then you'll hear the sound of your soul." Sweet Thing is indeed a sweet thing. I love the musical theme. It kind of makes me feel comforted. Actually, the theme was particularly the main reason why I took this book in the first place. It holds such delightful promises.The book opens when Mia Kelly's dad died and she had to move on by going to New York to settle and find herself-- discover her dreams and perhaps find her dream man. While [...]

    14. Stunning!Absolutely loved this. It really was gorgeous. It's a story of friendship, fear, insecurity, loss, self discovery and faith.I absolutely love those stories where two characters make that transition from friendship to something more. It creates such a warm, fuzzy feeling. And Sweet Thing was no exception."Whatever you need me to be, I'll be! Friends? Fine! Best friends? Great! I'll do it, because I want you in my life more than anything I have ever wanted."Music plays a huge part in this [...]

    15. One of the BEST books I have read all year!!!!SPOILER-FREE REVIEW!!!******* 6 SWEET SEXY STARS ********A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!! I completely **loved**adored** this musical love story! This book was so beautifully written. The writing was raw, rhythmic, poetic and I found myself continuously moved by the inspirational dialogue. I felt like I wanted to recite the entire book in my status updatesI think most us as woman whether single, a wife or a mother; at some point in our lives ask ourselves if we have [...]

    16. God, I really loved this book!! It's everything a romance book should be and then some. It's hard to believe that this is a debut novel. Renee Carlino is one talented writer and her next book will be an auto-buy for me. Read it for the romance, read it for the music (music plays a huge part in this story), or read it for the excellent writing. Just read it!!!

    17. **May contain small spoilers**After her beloved father's sudden death Mia finds herself on a plane to New York where she slips right into her Pops old life; she runs his cafe, loves his eclectic mix of friends and makes a special, new musician friend of her very own.Introducing the very charming, very lovely, nearly 30 years old, scared of flying, I can play any instrument, Will Ryan ♥"own dishevelled hair and dark eyes, a chiselled jaw, high cheekbones, and great lips""nd, sensitive, creative [...]

    18. And the award for the most disappointing and bitchy character goes to…. Mia Kelly!Mia; main character and narrator; is super judgmental, hypocritical, snob, dishonest, self-centered, self-pitying, rude and cruel when angry. She is the worst. I wonder how someone who prides herself in being sensible could make such stupid life decisions and behaved so terrible to loved ones. I truly could not stand her and there were plenty of moments when I considered simply DNFing this novel.It is very likely [...]

    19. ^^^3.5 SEXY WILBUR STARS^^^He had a big, thick angel wing tattoo on his forearmRY SEXY[image error] *******************************************************This book starts out with Mia and Will on the airplane headed to New York where both are making a fresh start in their lives. Mia's father passed away and she's taking over her father's business and apartment. Will, a hot musician has no where to go and becomes Mia's ROOMY.Yes.exactly what you think is going to happeny it took 75% of the book [...]

    20. Spoiler Free5+++ Beautiful, heart wrenching, outstanding stars!!! First let me say I am so thankful to the Author for contacting me wanting me to read her book. I am so happy she did.This book consumed me to the very core. I can not think of a life of a book with out these two characters. They had me wrapped up as their own personal sock puppet just getting hungry with each page wanting more. Lets meet the cast shall we??? Meet MY WillWill, has made it to my list of book boyfriends. He is right [...]

    21. 4 - 4.5 ★'s "You have to teach your heart and mind how to sing together then you'll hear the sound of your soul."Mia and Will meet on a plane heading to New York. Her father just passed away and she's going there to run his cafe. Will lives there. He's freaked out about flying and she takes him mind off it. They part ways at the airport thinking that's the end of it but luckily, it's not. One thing leads to another and Will ends up being Mia's roommate but she's quick to enforce the friends on [...]

    22. English - EspañolWill is the almost perfect man that every romantic woman can desire. On the other hand, Mia is the annoyance, interested one. Think that the only way to be happy is to have economic stability. The whole book is spent worshiping Will, but doing all sorts of slights.Mia must abandon her career and her plans when her biological father dies and moves to New York to the apartment she inherited from her father and take care of the coffeeshop he had. She decides to look for someone to [...]

    23. 4,5 Amazing Stars. Mia is heartbroken and lost after her father’s death, so she decides to move to NY and take over his bar. On the plain she meets Will, a talented musician still trying to figure out what to do with his gift. Life brings them together and they start to develop a friendship that turns into something more. But at the same time life keeps them apart until they figure out what they want and how far they want to go in order to find peace and happiness. Unfortunately, that’s a r [...]

    24. Love, Love, Love this book.If you loved Thoughtless by S.C. Stephens, you will love Sweet Thing. Oh, I am swooning over Will. I want my very own Will!Mia is heading from Detroit to NYC to take over her father's business and apartment after his death. On the plane ride there she sits by Will, who is petrified of flying. They strike up a conversation to help calm Will's nerves and discover that they actually have a lot in common. Will is a musician. Mia is also into music but is trying to be pract [...]

    25. 5 Beautiful Stars!This is the story of Mia and Ryan. Mia is on her to New York after the death of her father. She's going to sort his things and find herself. She's hoping it'll be a quick stop for her. On the plane ride there she meets Will. As soon as they meet you feel a connection. Once in New York they lose touch but soon cross paths again. They become roommates and best friends. It is obvious to everyone including Mia that Will is love with her but her fears stop her from pursuing a romant [...]

    26. This book was Kris' (KC) birthday read. Happy Birthday! Love you, girl!! Maybe it was fate that I sat next to her that day, or serendipity, divine intervention, who knows? Will & Mia meet on an airplane headed to New York. Their friendship was centered around their love of music and playing together.Mia's lack of faith in Will is their undoing. Healing the hurts spoken out of lack of trust is the making of Mia. "I love this.""It's a lotus flower.""I know." "It symbolizes purity of the heart [...]

    27. I remember the journey that brought me to those decisions and that memory gives me great solace, because the memory is a reminder of who I am among all the chaos that is life.I am very torn about this book. It started out as a four star for me, then almost became a DNF, changed into three star, back to almost DNF and ended with four star. It has been the hardest book for me to finish. I've read disturbing books, crappy books and just boring books and none of them gave me as much of a hard time a [...]

    28. Ok, first let me wipe my tears Ok, through a good portion of this book, I wanted to smack Mia upside the head and tell her to get a clue. I kept reading and oh my goodness, I changed my tune and was behind her 100% and I even cried with her. What happened just broke my heart. She made mistakes and wanted to correct them.Will, you sweet, sweet man. You were always doing the right thing for Mia, even in the end.It was a beautiful, beautiful story about finally discovering who you are and what and [...]

    29. ”Sometimes it takes the love of others to show us who we really are.”This story has a good share of angst. Don't get me wrong, I do like angst when it’s because of circumstances. Not when the main character is just outright STUPID and takes pretty much the whole book to go for the guy. I’m just not that patient of a reader. This couple was barely together throughout the story. It was pretty much hellos and goodbyes, notes left, a lot of scenes where our main character just goes to sleep [...]

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