While I was looking at some freebies on iBooks, I saw this title and I realised I knew the cover but I didn't know what the book was about. After reading the blurb, I thought it was time for me to try a Melissa Pearl's book.
I really liked how the characters meet, or better hear each other sing over their shower walls and start developing a fascination for their voices. As a reader, I couldn't wait for them to find out about their identities, but I also didn't want for it to happen too soon because I was truly enjoying their brief, teasing encounters. Ella and Cole are quite right for each other, but she has some serious issues to take care of in order to be happy and, well, basically start living. The double POV helps connecting with them both and so does the mention here and there of a few events from the past but, truth to be told, certain present events seemed to run too fast and this kinda ruined some conversations for me. Also, although I can't say I liked how David—Ella's boyfriend—behaved, I can't completely blame him for everything in the end.
Overall, it's a fast read with that particular song element that makes it original and puts a smile on your face. The book can be read as a stand-alone, but the other characters in the story could grab your attention to the point you'll want to read the other instalments in the series.