My Review: First of all let me just say that I absolutely loved this book, Ms. Pittman has never failed to draw me into her books and the characters within.
Dorothy Lynn Dunbar is a small-town young woman, engaged to the man who took over her father's pulpit, as preacher. Yet a small part of her longs for more, to see a bit more of the world and to be able to freely write the songs that come to her mind.
On a visit to her sister's, Dorothy get's a once in a lifetime opportunity to sing her songs on a stage, the feeling is unlike any she has ever felt before. Will Dorothy find the place where her heart truly belongs?
I absolutely loved the character development in this story, Ms. Pittman did and stunningly wonderful job of bringing Dorothy to life, Dorothy was innnocent, yet she had her head on straight. A she truly learned from her experiences, and they made her wiser.
I suppose I should probably mention that this isn't exactly a romance, as Brent and Dorothy already know each other from the beginning, and then get engaged very early in the story, but I would say that this book is a love story about the testing of their love and finding where the hear belongs.
I loved how with this book I never quite knew exactly what would happen next, or what Dorothy would do. This book was so hard to put down! I finished it at 2 AM in the morning :)
Overall, a well written read about a young woman's journey, and the lessons she learned. I don't want to give too much away, but this book was amazing!
I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!