Friday, August 1, 2014

Harp's Voice(Sequel to Harp's Song) by Cassie Shine-Review & Promo


Single-minded to the point of near seclusion, Harp Evans’ only goal was to move away from her abusive mother, and start a new life at college. Now a freshman at a prestigious university, Harp continues to struggle letting people in, including her ex-boyfriend—Connor Williams—who has always stood by her, especially after her mother exposed a devastating secret about Harp’s origin.

While Harp figures out how to navigate her relationships, especially with her mom, Anne, she will have to exorcize her own demons and face challenges with uncompromising courage, including reuniting her broken family—the family that was shattered by the acts of one man.

After almost twenty years, is it possible for people to change their minds and open their hearts? More importantly, is Harp strong enough to pull them all back together?
Links to Harp’s Voice

Review by  Liz
4 Amazing Stars
Another amazing book by Cassie Shine! This was a good ending to very well written books. I read this in one sitting which means it kept my attention. I liked seeing Harp get out on her own and discover herself without protectors. She was able to learn to trust again and make new friends. She also learned what having a mother is about. It was nice to see this strong woman blossom in front of my eyes.   It was sweet to see Conner help her face a past she never thought was possible. Last, was seeing how strong a family can become when people forget, forgive, and try to move forward instead of back. 
I can't wait to read more from Cassie Shine.          

Author bio

Cassie Shine released her debut young adult novel, Harp's Song in November 2013, finally finishing the short story she started in her college creative writing class … many, many moons ago. She has always been an avid reader and lover of music (yes, she was in the high school marching band). While she has a weak spot for all things teeny bopper, especially boy bands, she also loves classical, country, rock and well, pretty much all music. 

After living in St. Louis for more than ten years, she and her husband packed up a U-Haul and headed west. They currently live in Orange County, CA with their furry kids Finnegan and Molly. 


Links to Cassie


https://twitter.com/CassShine @cassshine


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