Book Review: Song from the Ashes by Megan Whitson Lee


Song from the Ashes

Megan Whitson Lee

Publication Date: August 2, 2014

4 Stars=Great Page Turner

April and Landon’s relationship comes into question in Song from the Ashes by Megan Whitson Lee. Landon is engaged to April the woman of his dreams. April is a woman of God, believes in family and truly loves Landon. As a lawyer, Landon knows he will be able to provide for his soon to be wife. However, when April’s cousin, Ella comes into town she brings confusion with her.

Ella Casey left her hometown to pursue her music career. The industry had its good and bad and now Ella returns home in need of help. April’s parents decide to help her, which leads to April introducing her cousin to her fiancé Landon. Landon agrees to help Ella with her legal issues because she is going to be family. As they spend time together the meaning of family starts to take a turn. Will Ella’s presence be a blessing or a curse?

The author does a wonderful job capturing reader’s attention with the love of Landon and April only to throw a curve with introducing Ella. It was easy to relate to these well developed characters that moved the story along for me. This book was entertaining with a little drama and anticipation of what Landon would do. I recommend Songs from the Ashes to others.

This book was provided by the author for review purposes.

Reviewed by Teresa Beasley


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