Hello everyone! Sorry for the absence last week. Gotta love when the family gets sick. But, it did give me time to read, which means I got a book to review today. 😉 This week’s is showcasing another of my favorite authors: Roseanna M. White and her newest book A Song Unheard.
Let me tell you, this second book in the series delivers what the first promised, and does it spectacularly! I love the premise of the beginning of WWI, and the intrigues that preface the espionage side of the war. The heroine this time is Willa, a prodigy with a violin who just adores music. So how can she say no when she’s given the opportunity to steal a simple code from one of the world’s most renown violinists? But while she might be a fan of his music, she’s not a fan of his flirtatious ways, and really hates that he gets under her skin. From the moment they meet, sparks just fly, and it’s so fun to watch, even while I might have been slightly frustrated with them being idiots about falling in love, but then again, that’s what makes it so enjoyable to read. Lukas might be skilled and living safely while playing his music, but he’s haunted by not knowing where his family is. Even while he’s desperate to find them, he’s also stubborn about allowing outside help, especially ones interested in his father’s famous code breaking machine. Can these two learn to set their differences aside to save the lives of his family? Or will the dark shadows of war smother out the blooming light of love? This is a great read, filled with heart pounding intrigue, heart stopping suspense, and heart warming romance, along with a great message of learning to trust God. Definitely looking forward to the final book in the series, along with the next from this wonderful author!
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author/publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are mine alone.
If you’re interested in this book (I hope you are), you can get it for Kindle and NOOK. And do check out this wonderful author’s website, Facebook, and Twitter for information on her upcoming releases, including the last book of this awesome series.