The Music Box

The Music Box By Cheryl Reavis, The Music Box Navajo policeman Ben Toomey was out of his element and knee deep in something worse than Window Rock s usual chaos Wealthy Eden Trevoy the little visitor he d once adored was back on the reservation
  • Title: The Music Box
  • Author: Cheryl Reavis
  • ISBN: 9780373364190
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Music Box By Cheryl Reavis, Navajo policeman Ben Toomey was out of his element and knee deep in something worse than Window Rock s usual chaos Wealthy Eden Trevoy, the little visitor he d once adored, was back on the reservation, all grown up and tangled in secrets about her lost heritage She needed Ben s help, and somehow he just couldn t turn her away.But Ben s People said the outsider would nevNavajo policeman Ben Toomey was out of his element and knee deep in something worse than Window Rock s usual chaos Wealthy Eden Trevoy, the little visitor he d once adored, was back on the reservation, all grown up and tangled in secrets about her lost heritage She needed Ben s help, and somehow he just couldn t turn her away.But Ben s People said the outsider would never fit into his world, and Eden had her own doubts about her newfound heritage Yet as Eden learned about where she came from, she discovered where she truly belongedwith Ben.
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    About "Cheryl Reavis"

    1. Cheryl Reavis

      AKA Cinda RichardsFormer public health nurse, now award winning romance novelist, Cheryl Reavis, describes herself as a late bloomer Her Silhouette Special Edition , A CRIME OF THE HEART, reached millions of readers in Good Housekeeping magazine and won the Romance Writers of America s coveted RITA award the year it was published She has also won the RITA award for her Harlequin Silhouette novels, PATRICK GALLAGHER S WIDOW, THE PRISONER, and THE BRIDE FAIR BLACKBERRY WINTER, THE BARTERED BRIDE and a Berkley novel, PROMISE ME A RAINBOW, have been RITA award finalists She has received numerous awards from Romantic Times magazine Her award winning literary short stories have appeared in The Crescent Review, The Bad Apple, The Mosaic, The Sanskrit, Laurels, The Emrys Journal and Writer s Choice Publishers Weekly described her Berkley single title novel, PROMISE ME A RAINBOW, as example of delicately crafted, eminently satisfying romantic fiction.

    297 thoughts on “The Music Box”


    1. 4 Stars Ben Toomey is a Navajo policeman still learning the ropes and working very hard to stay in his Captain s good books But trouble seems to find him when an archiologist woman his father used to guide, now needs his help When Ben was a boy he d found an ancient Navajo site and lead the woman to it He s been summoned to the site, finding the woman and her grown up daughter the raven haired girl he used to tease It seems Eden s mother is not well, and she s brought them there to unravel the s [...]


    2. This story was very interesting It was not what I usually expect when reading a romance, but surprisingly that was a good thing The story was great, even if it was a little light on the romance and much heavier on the struggle people go through to be together I really enjoyed seeing the plot unfold as Eden discovered who she was and what was important to who she would become The romance was a little light, but still a good story of when to push and when to stay back I have no idea why it was cal [...]


    3. Honestly, this book had some promise The characters were interesting enough The premise was cliche but intriguing all the same There was just so much uncessary angst that didn t really seem to fit the characterizations that we re given for Eden and Ben It just was all wrong and the changes in some of the minor characters also made no sense All in all this could have been an amazing story but I was left feeling cheated by some mediocre storytelling and plot development and horrible portrayals of [...]


    4. Really wish that the rest of the Reavis books I think some were as Cheryl St John would get in ebook format It s been a long time since I read the others and there was backstory I was missing But I love these.


    5. These no sex romance novels are a breath of fresh air taking us in with good story telling and good characterisations Loved the American Indian theme and the angst the characters go through to find each other Loved Eden and tough buy Sam Terrific plot twist at the end Kept me guessing.


    6. Felt a bit like a Christian romance, well, not Eden exactly, but Ben and he is the one who perseveres in the end A sweet story overall with interesting native american insights, matriarchy etc I felt bad for Eden, thought she handled things remarkably well, considering.



    7. I couldn t wait to reach the end of this book It was full of turmoil, anguish and understanding I m so happy by the way it ended and happy for the characters Awesome book



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