Virtuosity did not really catch my attention in the beginning, because I do not typically read contemporary fiction. I am glad I did take a chance on this wonderful novel.
I loved Carmen and I really felt the emotion behind her suffering. She was incredibly brave and I really admired her for it. I felt like she really grew throughout Virtuosity and became a better person.
Jeremy was so cute, but even I was questioning his love for Carmen. From the get-go I was suspicious of him and was wondering if he really liked her or if he was trying to knock her off her game. In the end, I really fell for his character, however, and absolutely loved him and Carmen together. Jessica Martinez writes such a sweet romance that I could not help but smile.
The writing and plot were simple, but very effective. I did not expect the twist at all. I applaud Martinez on her wonderful story telling. As a former violinist, I also appreciated the fact that Martinez knew what she was talking about when it came to the violin.
Overall, I very much enjoyed Virtuosity. I would highly recommend it to any fans of contemporary fiction and to violinists or fans of violin music.
Meghan is a 18-year-old book blogger. She likes to read and write in her spare time and would like to become a published author one day. She plans on going to college soon.
Review copy was provided free of any obligation by Simon Pulse. No monetary or any other form of compensation was received.