A Note Yet Unsung (Belmont Mansion #3) by Tamera Alexander book review



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?


Dear Tamera Alexander, I need my heart back! This book absolutely stole my breath as well as my heart! I love all of your works but this one has become my favorite out of everything I have read by you. This book flowed together to create a beautiful masterpiece. You conducted a beautiful tale so full of emotion. While this book is the third in the Belmont Mansion series it can be read as it’s own stand alone. In this book our beautifully talented Rebekah had been sent away from home at an early age by her grandmother so she could escape her abusive stepfather. It is when she is older that she returns home at the urgency of her mother due to her grandmothers untimely death. upon returning home Rebekah is thrown back into her stepfathers abusiveness. Desperate to escape she applies to join the symphony. Due to being a woman she is rejected. It is then that she meets our handsome Maestro. I could go on and on about this story but i will stop here because of spoilers. This book is so breathtaking and raw with heartfelt emotion. Tamera is an excellent writer and will steal your heart with every page.


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