It’s 1886 and the St. Clairs are living out their dreams in three very separate parts of the world—Paris, Brazil and Colorado. And while each has found a measure of success and joy, each are haunted by past sins and secrets. As they face the biggest challenges of their lives—including facing off with an old enemy—each must discover the power of homecoming, and what it means to sing praises to God, even in the midst of loss.
Anyone who has read a book by Lisa Bergren knows one thing ~ writing is her gift! Her second Homeward Trilogy novel delves deeper into the life of Moria St. Claire, a beautiful and talented opera singer whose life suddenly takes a turn for the worse and she begins to make choices that diminish her talent and compromise her integrity. As always, Lisa’s characters are multi-dimensional, authentic and honest in thoughts and emotions. Moira’s journey easily translates to the contemporary world as she struggles with reality of her failed hopes. Her siblings, Odessa and Nic, also feature and Lisa’s pre-eminent talent ensures that despite alternating between continents and characters, the reader is never lost or confused. Sing rises well above the standard historical romance and is a credit to the genre. I have no doubt that the final story, Claim be equally enjoyable.
With thanks to B&B Media for my review copy
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