Despite her training as a master violinist, Rebekah Carrington was denied entry into the Nashville Philharmonic by young conductor Nathaniel Whitcomb, who bowed to public opinion. Now, with a reluctant muse and a recurring pain in his head, he needs her help to finish his symphony. But how can he win back her trust when he's robbed her of her dream?
Yes, Yes, and Yes. This was such a satisfying read. I was worried before I started because the only other Tamera Alexander book that I've read, I didn't finish because of content. But I tried again because this author comes highly recommend by a friend of mine. Oh it was a winner. Totally clean and really really great characters. I have this thing for music books, and it just kills be how music was thought of as unfeminine and too rigorous. I knew this from previous regency reads, but I didn't ever equate it with American culture (which was stupid, I should have, but all my regency books are in England...so it never occurred to me).
Sometimes I wanted the story to go faster, but it could have been that I was reading it on my kindle and not a hard copy. I like actual books so I know and can anticipate length and where I'm at in the story. I have a harder time doing that on e-books. It also could have been that I really liked the story and wanted to get to it (I'm weird that way....I like to hurry through a book and get the meat of it, and then go back and reread and enjoy all the little things about it).
Anyway, I would completely recommend this book, and I can't wait to read it again :)
Title: A Note Yet Unsung
Author: Tamera Alexander
Publisher: Bethany House
Published: January 2017
Source: I received a copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.