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The Songbird Sisters by [Herron, Rachael]
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Length: 283 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Finally back together after more than a decade apart, the country-singing sisters The Darling Songbirds are back in harmony, and finding love, in this sparkling rural rom-com.

When their world-famous country band The Darling Songbirds split up acrimoniously, sisters Adele, Molly and Lana went their separate ways.

A decade on, Adele and Molly have finally reconciled. However Lana has remained stubbornly estranged - until now . . .

Lana Darling has got royalties pouring into her bank account, thanks to the song she sold to another singer, but she's never made it as a solo artist. Perhaps now it's time to give up the music industry for good.

Yet when she heads home to Darling Bay, she has hunky country music star Taft Hill hot on her heels. He's not prepared to let her call it quits - especially when he needs new songs for his album . . .

Lana and Taft have a history - and both have secrets to hide. But when events take an unexpected turn, will Lana choose her career? Or Taft? Or the long-awaited chance to get back in harmony with her songbird sisters?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1264 KB
  • Print Length: 283 pages
  • Publisher: RHA eBooks Adult (3 April 2017)
  • Sold by: Random House Australia
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01M5H0BSR
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,630 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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I thoroughly enjoyed the Darling Songbirds series. The little town and it's people came to life for me . Well written , flowed well and a definite page turner.
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I loved this book. For romance books, the characters have real depth. Molly is not all about finding romantic love, she's about her past and her sisters and her career. Struggles exist outside the finding a man to love aspect of the book.

The romantic struggles are there, for sure. The main male lead is wonderful and, again, a rounded character.

Not only was it up to the quality of the previous books in the series, but all my favourite characters made a visit, which is always delightful, without feeling forced or fake. Also (no spoilers) I think there may be a hint at the end about who will be featured in the next Ballard Brothers book - at least I hope so! I can't wait for that book, I just want more Rachael Herron.

I was given an advance reader copy in exchange for an honest review. I was so excited to get this book early. The free doesn't bother me, I'd give Rachael Herron my entire book budget for April for another Darling Bay novel.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fab! 28 April 2017
By B. Schmidt - Published on
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She's done it again! So fun to be back in Darling Bay for this "darling" sequel! Great job Rachael! Keep them comin'!
5.0 out of 5 stars This Songbird is a Star 21 April 2017
By Moknits - Published on
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Another smart, funny, romantic story to wrap up this trilogy from one of my favorite authors! I highly recommend all of Rachael's books!
5.0 out of 5 stars 4.5 STARS! 9 April 2017
By Trosado - Published on
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I so love Rachael Herron's Darling Bay books and how each separate series within this town intersect. Always readable as standalones, but if you've dipped into either of the other two additional Darling Bay book series' (Firefighters of DB or Ballard Brothers,) you will enjoy reconnecting with familiar characters.

The Songbird Sisters revisits Adele and Molly Darling, but this book is baby sister Lana Darling's story. Following in her sister's footsteps, Lana Darling returns to Darling Bay after twelve years and little to sporadic contact with her older sisters. She's still holding onto childhood resentment and having a hard time moving past the guilt of a traumatic experience. After selling one of her songs to country singing phenom Taft Hill, he seeks her out in Darling Bay to acquire a few more and decides to stay awhile.

I enjoyed every aspect of this story - sisters re-connecting, small town antics, heart-warming romance, and hope-filled redemption. I did have a hard time initially connecting with Lana's character, but that's not unusual with me and fictional females. Yet, as the book progressed and her character and background developed, it made so much more sense as to why I struggled with that connection. Now, Taft was an amazing book hero and great guy all around. He was the perfect love interest to Lana's brokenness.

When I read a good book with quality writing, I take for granted the empathy that an author can draw out of me. Although this book stirred many emotions, there was one scene that reminded me how great Herron's writing is and what it can invoke. Without spoiling it for the next reader, I just want to say that Herron's description and dialogue within that scene made me "feel" everything the character did - sick, devastated and destroyed. I can't give a book any higher compliment. Thank you, Rachael Herron, for a truly wonderful reading experience.

I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of The Songbird Sisters. This review is my honest and unbiased opinion.
4.0 out of 5 stars So sad to see them go! 5 April 2017
By Kim B - Published on
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I received an early release copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This is the last book of the Songbird series. I’ll be so sad to see Adele, Molly & Lana go, but I’m so glad that everything seems to be turning out okay for them. That’s one of the joys of reading Rachael Herron’s books, you grow quite attached to the characters. While her books are considered “romance” novels, I am not usually a romance novel fan. These books are much deeper in context than just some romance and sex. I’ve said before that I find her books really hard to put down. I usually stay up way past my bedtime engrossed in another tale.

The Songbird series is based on three sisters who were once a rather popular country group, the Darling Songbirds. This book focuses on Lana, and her return to her “hometown” of Darling Bay. Over the years the three sisters separated to find their own ways in the world. The draw of Darling Bay brings them each back, one by one, to move forward. This book is Lana’s story. While the three books are part of a series, you can read each individually.

Lana’s story is probably a very common one. She was part of a successful singing group with her sisters, but struggles to find success on her own. She is also haunted by an experience she had that while she believes she’s overcome, is truly still battling. As a songwriter she encounters a handsome country star of exceptional heritage, Taft Hill. Taft hears her sing a song and wants to make it his own. This simple encounter changes Lana’s future.

Lana’s character doesn’t feel one-dimensional. She is just like any other “real” woman who has seen her share of good and bad. She battles inner demons that in some cases are the making of her own perceived thoughts rather than reality. She is every one of us. one of the beautiful things I find reading Rachael’s books is that you can always find a quality in her female characters that is relatable. Rachael also believes in bringing real issues to light. Issues that affect so many women in our world today.

If you’ve never read a Rachael Herron novel, enjoy. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed. I think you’ll be running back to read the rest along the way. And while you’re at it, looking up how to become a member of the Darling Bay community!
4.0 out of 5 stars Another Fun Read 3 April 2017
By Charlotte R. Dixon - Published on
I'm a big fan of Rachael's work and this is the second Songbird novel I've read (read a ton of her other series). I started out not quite as enthralled with this one. The beginning felt a bit slow to me, and of course I knew exactly where it was going. I mean, c'mon, that's why we read genre, right? But the pace picked up and I really got into it. I especially enjoyed the character of Taft Hill, the sweet-talking (and singing) country star who knows what he wants (Lana, our heroine) when he sees it and will do whatever it takes to get her! I wasn't as fond of Lana at the outset. She seemed a bit whiny about her family without a lot of reason. But she won me over as the story went on. Maybe because I liked Taft so much and if he loved her, I would, too. There were a couple of good twists near the end. All in all, I recommend this book.

I received an advance copy of this title in exchange for an honest reviews.