"That's a relief. I thought you were going to say I looked like a lamb."
Eden has spent her whole life being abandoned by her mother for archaeological sites. But now that she was an adult, she was fine with it. That is until she is dragged out to one more site with her and was told the truth. That she was adopted - her parents an unknown white woman and a Navajo man. Now she must struggle to figure out what this means and which world she belongs to. Things get even more confusing with Ben in the picture. Ben Toomey remembers the little girl who used to follow her mother around on the archaeology site (until she left for school), but she has grown into a beautiful woman. A very confused beautiful woman. Perhaps he can help her figure out her heritage and past - and perhaps if they get closer, there might be some kind future for them.
My Opinion: 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 call the music box though. Good book with a refreshingly new plotline.
I was given a free copy of this book to review. No other compensation was given. The summary and opinion are 100% my own.