The Unfinished Symphony of You and Me - Lucy Robinson

Source: Review copy courtesy of Penguin

Blurb:

Sally is an incredible singer but she sings only in her wardrobe where nobody can hear her. She'd rather join a nudist colony than sing in public.

 

That is until she ventures to New York where a wild and heady summer of love and loss changes her forever. No longer able to hide in the shadows, Sally must return home to London to fulfill a promise she cannot break - to share her voice.

 

But just as she's about to embark on her new life, a beautiful man turns up on Sally's doorstep bearing a sheepish smile and a mysterious hand-written message.

 

How did he find her? Why is he here? Does he hold the truth to what happened back in New York? And, with him back on the scene, will she still have the courage to step into the spotlight?

Review:

This book is absolutely beautiful. 

 

As always with a Lucy Robinson novel it original, has a fantastic plot with a lot of shock factors and drama. Side splitting laughter and eye watering loveliness. Her writing style is spot on for today's readers and she excels in pace and flow. 

I really did enjoy The Unfinished Symphony of You and Me thoroughly and I know it will be one of the books I turn to over and over again when I need to smile. I absolutely fell in love with heroine Sally. From the off she had me wrapped around her little finger with her shy and strange ways. It was an absolute pleasure getting to know her and watching her on a journey so fantastic.

 

I can't write anymore.. Please just go buy a copy and see for yourself why I'm so in love with it.

5/5

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