Misha Crews

Love stories about old houses and family secrets.

It’s finally here! Sweet music is available to pre-order now on Kindle for only $1.99. It will be released on Friday, April 28. Paperbacks will be available shortly afterwards. This book, about a woman struggling to save her family’s legacy, and the mysterious object which might make it possible, is the fourth novel in the Angel River series. The books can be read in any order. I hope you’ll check this one out and let me know what you think!

“Play the Beaufort flute, and you will see the future.” That’s what they say in Angel River. But is it a blessing, or a curse?

In 1895, Azélie Damont crosses the ocean alone. Forsaken by her family, betrothed to a man she’s never met, and entrusted with an object which is to become the stuff of legend, Azélie carries a secret that may chase her to the grave, and beyond.

In 2008, Josie has been the custodian of her family’s music store since her mother’s untimely death. The little shop was always a place of magic, but as the bills have mounted and the customers have drifted away, enchantment has turned to desperation. Faced with the loss of everything she holds dear, Josie decides to leverage the only valuable thing she owns: the fabled Beaufort flute.

Passed down through generations, bequeathed to Josie’s mother by a local recluse, the antique instrument is still an object of mystery. As she digs into the flute’s peculiar past, Josie discovers new love, unearths a family secret, and learns truths about herself that change her life forever.

From the burned-out wreckage of a grand and notorious house to the cozy corners of a sunlit cottage, from the murky shadows of family tragedy to the sparkling sweetness of a new romance, Sweet Music is an addictive new novel about family, fate, and finding the strength to play your music, no matter how the tune’s been written.


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