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?
For some crazy reason this book took me a long time to get into which is not normal for one of Ms. Alexander's books. With that said it is full of great historical happenings for the time period, hence women are too fragile for the symphony. Which we see those words eaten. I have enjoyed each of the Belmont Manor novels and I am sad to see this series end. While this is part of a series, it can easily stand alone.
Tamera Alexander is a USA Today bestselling author and one of today's most popular writers in the inspirational historical fiction genre. She and her husband live in Nashville, Tennessee, not far from the Southern mansions that serve as the backdrop for six of her award-winning novels.