Jonas's life is tied to teaching a mechanic to compete in a prestigious piano competition. Can he succeed or will he lose everything he holds dear?
Yeah, life sucks. I’ve lost everything: my inheritance, my career, my dignity - now my orchestra conductor who also happens to be my ex, has duped me into training some backwoods mechanic into competing in the renowned Salzburg Piano Competition.
Even if he is sexy as hell, there are limits to one’s abilities. How can I possibly teach a mechanic how to compete without completely making a fool of myself and him?
My world turned upside down when the little piano man burst into my shop demanding that I learn classical piano; all because one of my students entered some contest she didn’t even want to win.
It’s not like I didn’t love playing the piano, but classical? No… not my thing. Give me good old dirty blues or honky-tonk but I’d rather pull my oil stained fingernails out one at a time than play his kind of music.
I was ready to say no, except he seemed desperate, and I’m very gullible whenever a cute man is in distress. I hadn’t anticipated how much he would change my world. Not only has he opened my eyes to his style of music, but my heart now soars with the melody of his music.
The real question is, how am I supposed to survive when he inevitably leaves our small town and me, for good?
In this opposites attract, hurt/comfort contemporary romance, Orlando and Jonas must accomplish the impossible, before both lose everything they’ve ever worked or wished for.