"Words that can't be spoken can still be sung."
The Sound of Love is a combination of emotional and sweet, and I really liked these characters. The story bounces back and forth between past and present, which is effective for this romance, and it's refreshing to find a romance that keeps it completely clean, so props to the author on that note. There's also a lovely soundtrack to accompany this story which showcases this author's many talents. The drawback for me lay in the predictability of the story. First, we get a decent amount of information in the blurb and from there, I can't say that any part of this one really surprised me. Now, there's nothing wrong with that, except that in that predictability, I didn't really find anything to set this one apart from the rest, other than that soundtrack. That aside, the story is sweet and it should appeal to anyone looking for a clean romance with all the feels. I would say if that's what you're looking for in romance, definitely give this one a shot and be sure to check out that soundtrack.