Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Maeve's Symphony: Sisters in Spirit (Book Review)

Maeve's Symphony is the final installment in the Sisters in Spirit series by Marianne Evans. The series, which begins with Aileen's Song, is a teaser for the Pure Amore book imprint, coming October 1 from Pelican Book Group. I received an ebook of this title, at no cost to me, for review purposes.

From the publisher:
Join the Sisters in Spirit at Lincoln Center!
Maeve Callahan's world has been rocked. NFL superstar quarterback and childhood friend Josh Andrews is heading up a charity benefit at Lincoln Center. He's asked the Sisters in Spirit to headline the event.
Josh doesn't understand Maeve's polite, but unexpectedly reserved behavior at their reunion. They were high school sweethearts, a golden couple who ruled their senior year in Westerville, New York. He's eager to reacquaint himself with the beautiful girl he knew as a youth and discover who she is in the here and now.
But Maeve is riddled by guilt and shuttered by something she cannot share with even her closest friends–something she knows she must confront with Josh if they have any chance at the love for which she has always dreamed.
A long-held secret is set to explode, a secret that will change the Sisters in Spirit forever. Long ago, Maeve made a critical error in judgment and has paid the price ever since. Of the four Sisters in Spirit, she alone broke the purity vow.
With Josh.
Maeve and Josh went their separate ways after high school, but she never told anyone--even her closest friends--why the relationship ended.  Instead she's been keeping the secret and guarding her heart.  When Josh steps back into her life, she struggles with what to do.  She can't even talk about the long-ago lapse of judgement with Josh.

Another sweet romance in the Sisters in Spirit series, Maeve's Symphony tells the story of Maeve and Josh as they readjust to each other and decide how to move forward after a long separation.  It also continues the story of the Sisters in Spirit performing group.

These books are most suitable for teen and young adult women, though women looking for romance without explicit scenes will enjoy them, as well.

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6 comments :

  1. Sounds like a great book! Thanks for the review :)

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  2. Melissa, I can't thank you enough for the lovely spotlight of my Sisters in Spirit series! I'm delighted you enjoyed the journey! You're a blessing!

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  3. Hi, Alexis! Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment! Hope you enjoy the series! I'd love to know what you think once you've read them! <3 Blessings!

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  4. Great review and, since I'm so smart, I'm sure I know what the secret is. LOL... I'm glad you enjoyed reading this series of books.

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  5. Hi, Petula!! I laughed at your 'smart' comment! So glad you paid a visit and took the time to comment. Blessings, and hope you enjoy!

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  6. Another great review on these books! Awesome. Thanks

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