It is not so frequent that I relate to characters, but Melody’s Key was one of those gems. While I thought I was getting into a typical romance, it turned out to be a refreshing story which I thoroughly enjoyed reading.
The writing is easy to follow, and it gives the story its simple nature, with easy plot progression. Dallas’s strong point is character development. I absolutely loved Tegan’s character and how she evolved throughout the story.
Melody’s Key takes place in a countryside in England, where we are introduced to Tegan and her family. Soon, afterwards, we are introduced to the Tegan’s love interest, Mason. Throughout the rollercoaster of Tegan’s emotions, and what she been through, we -as the readers, develop a connection with all the characters and care for them equally (except for Cale, though).
The story progresses at a natural pace, without making any scene rushed or not needed. My other favorite piece were the letters from the past, although they don’t necessarily add to the main plot, they definitely pulled at my heartstrings.
I fully recommend Melody’s Key to anyone who is looking for a quick summer read. I am also looking forward to reading what Dallas might be writing in the future!!
Overall 4 out of 5 stars.
**I received a free copy from the author in exchange for an honest review**