Thursday, February 23, 2017
Review: A Note Yet Unsung by:Tamera Alexander
About the Book:
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?
Women always get the short end of the stick, in my opinion. It's just not fair in today's world or otherwise. Poor Rebekah she got all of her dreams shut down ever so quickly just because Nathaniel the conductor of the Nashville Philharmonic doesn't have a backbone. That made me not really like him all that much. Rebekah seems very talented and to be shut down because the conductor cares more for public opinion, really was unfair.
But that's okay because God always has your back and in this case he had Rebekah's. Because of the conductor's issues plus a family illness he will have to call on Rebekah to help him. She has had her hopes dashed but like every good woman will say, "the show must go on."
During a time when women were nothing more then someone that watched from the sidelines the two main characters Rebekah and Nathaniel must learn how they can come together and work along side each other before the opening of the city's new opera hall or risk future embarrassment if not worse.
I liked the dynamic that the author portrayed between the two main characters but Rebekah was my favorite character. The authors writing caused me to want to fight for her against public opinion.
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author. All opinions are my own.