A Note Yet Unsung Despite her training as a master violinist Rebekah Carrington was denied entry into the Nashville Philharmonic by young conductor Nathaniel Whitcomb who bowed to public opinion Now with a reluctant

  • Title: A Note Yet Unsung
  • Author: Tamera Alexander
  • ISBN: 9780764206245
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Paperback
  • Despite her training as a master violinist, Rebekah Carrington was denied entry into the Nashville Philharmonic by young conductor Nathaniel Whitcomb, who bowed to public opinion Now, with a reluctant muse and a recurring pain in his head, he needs her help to finish his symphony But how can he win back her trust when he s robbed her of her dream

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    1. Tamera Alexander

      Tamera Alexander is a USA Today bestselling author and one of today s most popular writers in the inspirational historical fiction genre She and her husband live in Nashville, Tennessee, not far from the Southern mansions that serve as the backdrop for six of her award winning novels.

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    1. Nenia ✨ Queen of Literary Trash, Protector of Out-of-Print Gems, Khaleesi of Bodice Rippers, Mother of Smut, the Unrepentant, Breaker of Convention ✨ Campbell

      Instagram Twitter Facebook PinterestI read this book for the Unapologetic Romance Readers New Years 2017 Reading Challenge For info about what this is, click here.Most readers tend to get into a loop they know what genres they typically like, and what genres they typically don t like, and then they go out and pursue books that are in the category of the former, while actively or subconsciously avoiding the latter Even though I m a late starter to the romance genre, I ve quickly learned that the [...]


    2. Sometimes, the most enjoyed and appreciated books are the hardest ones to write a review for Its kind of like viewing a spectacular mountain range, and you take a picture of its awesomeness, yet the picture just doesn t capture the authentic beauty of it In a similar essence, I lack the ability to fully describe the beauty of Tamera s books when I finish one of her novels A Note Yet Unsung was written with heart It caused my emotions to soar with the musical quality of writing I wish I could tha [...]


    3. There s a unique quality to Tamera Alexander s storytelling that stays with me after I finish her books The narrative is not fast paced, but the descriptions steadily develop the setting and characters until I feel immersed The world of music and composing in the 1800 s was fascinating and I loved the historical details that brought the story to life Rebekah and Nate have an interesting dynamic, although I didn t quite feel the chemistry between them They are both strong personalities that don t [...]


    4. A lovely conclusion to the Belmont Masion Series I love how the author used three of Adelicia Acklen s favorite things art, nature and music as the motivation behind each book in the series.In 1871 Nashville it wasn t acceptable for a female to be part of a symphony And yet, this is exactly the heart s desire of Rebekah Carrington Initially, the local symphony s maestro, Tate Whitcomb is not kind to her or the idea of a female musician on stage.Both Rebekah and Tate have difficult circumstances [...]


    5. Full review on Faithfully Bookish wp p7ngfE z2Music lover or not, A Note Unsung will capture your heart, reader friends because the story is about much than the wonderful music Reconstruction Era Nashville, as well as the struggles and triumphs of her residents, is brought to life once again by talented storyteller and bonafide southern belle, Tamera Alexander The tenacious dreams and complex lives of the main characters will keep readers riveted to the pages.I requested the opportunity to read [...]


    6. A Note Yet Unsung by Tamera Alexander is a wonderful Christian historical romance It is the final book in the Belmont Mansion series but can be read as a stand alone.Once again Tamera Alexander has woven fact and fiction to produce a first class story The world is changing Women are no longer content to sit demurely in the background The novel features strong modern women who know what they want and set out to achieve their goals They are also kind women who give others chances and notice the ma [...]


    7. WOW This book was SO good When I started reading it, I wasn t entirely in the mood for it However, once I got past the first 60 pages or so, I was so immersed in the story that it was painful to put the book down.Since lists are so much fun, let s go ahead and divide my thoughts into a list, shall we Things I Liked Look, somebody has to say itTATEEEEE Oh my goodness, Tate Whitcomb was by far the best part of the book I absolutely fell in love with him 3 He can be short tempered and irritable at [...]


    8. After living in Austria for several years, Rebekah Carrington returns home to Nashville Desperate to find somewhere to live other than her family home, she auditions for the Nashville Philharmonic Symphony, only to be turned down because of her gender So Rebekah takes the next best job she can find tutoring the daughter of Adelicia Acklen, owner of the Bellmont Mansion and one of the symphony s most influential supporters But how will Rebekah achieve her dreams of playing professionally when her [...]


    9. Tamera writes amazing southern fiction set in Nashville in the Reconstruction years In A Note Yet Unsung, Rebekah is a professional violinist in an era that doesn t allow women to do such scandalous things like perform with an orchestra She s a woman who doesn t fit and can t got home But she can t leave either This book will suck you into the time period, the setting, and a story that won t let go This book has a depth to the challenges facing the characters that adds such richness to the story [...]


    10. Despite her training as a master violinist, Rebekah Carrington was denied entry into the Nashville Philharmonic by young conductor Nathaniel Whitcomb, who bowed to public opinion Now, with a reluctant muse and a recurring pain in his head, he needs her help to finish his symphony But how can he win back her trust when he s robbed her of her dream This was my absolute favorite in the 3 book Belmont Mansion series, and had such a wow factor that it made my 2017 favorites list The combination of sy [...]


    11. There are so many ways that I could go with this review, but I m just going to be completely up front and honest I cried with this book You made me cry, Tamera Alexander It was so breathtaking The rhythm of it all flowed together to produce a beautiful, symphonic harmony Every book I ve ever read by Tamera Alexander has held me completely spellbound A Note Yet Unsung was no different.Rebekah Carrington was sent abroad at a very tender age Her grandmother sent her away so that she could escape he [...]


    12. From the beloved USA Today bestselling author of Rekindled, To Whisper Her Name, and A Lasting Impression comes the final novel in the sweeping Southern Belmont Mansion series.A master violinist trained in Vienna, Rebekah Carrington manages to wheedle her way into an audition with the maestro at the newly formed Nashville Philharmonic But women are far too fragile and frail for rigors of an orchestra, and Rebekah s hopes are swiftly dashed because the conductor determined to leave his mark on th [...]


    13. The writing of this book is absolutely gorgeous I feel as if I ve listened to the symphonies described even though I was listening to words instead of music At first, I didn t think I was going to like the main guy Tate He can be harsh, mean, prideful, oblivious, and did I mention arrogant Yet the author still managed to write him in a way that I was hoping he d wake up and change, which he does in a very slow but adorable way until I couldn t help but be totally won over by him in the end his f [...]



    14. Grr This book was SOOOOO close to being an amazing, 5 star read I was completely swept away until the final chapters, when the sumptuous storytelling I d been blissfully lost in for hours suddenly leapt forward at a frantic gallop to bring the book and the series to a close with half the plot too rushed, and the other half left too vague I wanted to see I needed just a few answers I also found the character of Billy rather pointless, but then I also did not read the previous book in the series [...]


    15. An amazing, heartachingly beautiful tale rich with whimsy and romance Two gifted musicians who are facing some of life s greatest struggles come together and find love in a most unexpected waya must read


    16. 4.5 stars Oh my goodness What a wonderful story This book has cemented Tamera Alexander as one of my favorite authors.One thing that I love about historical fiction is when I learn something interesting I did not know that at one time women were not encouraged to play the violin It was considered a manly instrument and men were allowed to perform on stage Really Wow I am so grateful for the women who paved the way for me to have had the experience of playing the violin on stage in an orchestra.T [...]


    17. I listened to the audio version of this story, and I can see why A Note Yet Unsung won a Christy Award Step back in time to Nashville in the mid 1800 s and into the world of music I was captivated by the characters and plot Well done


    18. First off, this will definitely be in my library of paperbacks I love Tamera Alexander s novels They keep you engaged and connected with the characters This is the third installment of the Belmont Mansion series, although they are all stand alone I love the banter between Rebekah and Tate They argue and get each other One of my favorite scenes Tate took her in his arms and kissed her, his lips gentle at first Then slowly, deliberately, as he wove his hands into her hair, his kiss grew insistent [...]


    19. A Note Yet Unsung by Tamera AlexanderYear 1871Location Nashville, TNMain Characters Rebekah Carrington Adelicia Cheatham, Wealthy patron of the arts, Rebekah s employerNathaniel Tate Whitcomb, Nashville Philharmonic maestro Barton Ledbetter, Rebecca s evil step fatherDelphia, Ledbetter housekeeper, sister to Demetrius Demetrius, ex slave, inspired and taught Rebecca on the violinSigh.I ve read a lot of really good books over the last couple months, but this one was amazing This is the last of th [...]


    20. Stunningly beautiful Alexander s words washed over me and soaked into the very fiber of my being This story is illusive and magical and all consuming I couldn t stop reading but I wanted to put on the brakes because I dreaded it being over too soon Rich in character and setting and delicious details that make the plot zing I loved it all Tate s family, Rebekah s connection with her grandmother, her villainous step father and ineffectual mother Sweet Opal and repugnant Darrow Fulton The solid thr [...]


    21. This one is probably my favorite in this series I say series because the books are loosely connected with some of the same characters, but really they are standalones I really, really liked the main character Rebekah and the way music was handled in this book from the symphony orchestra, to the old fashioned hymms to the late night playing to get others to sleep was just beautiful I do not play music but am a fan of it and the way it enhanced and enriched the story was well done I also liked the [...]


    22. If the author doesn t know much about music, you wouldn t know it to read this book It s a tribute to both the masters such as Beethoven and Mozart and to early American music, particularly hymns and spirituals Tate reminds me of famous American composers Aaron Copeland and the Gershwin brothers, who mixed elements of both kinds of music in their masterpieces.I enjoyed meeting Tate s family they add an unexpected dimension to Tate s character However, I do wish Rebekah s family situation had bee [...]


    23. A beautiful story Every time I had to put it down, I was eager to pick it back up Another great book by Tamera Alexander, proving why she is on my list of top authors


    24. Sometimes you read a book that just defies your ability to craft a review worthy of it A Note Yet Unsung was such a book I ve read and own every single one of Tamera Alexander s books and this is her absolute best work ever Powerful story and writing that totally blew me away I wept through part of this book and at the end, I was crying full out loud What a ministry to be able to put words on paper like Alexander does and touch the deepest parts of the reader s heart.Words flow from Tamera Alexa [...]


    25. About this book A master violinist trained in Vienna, Rebekah Carrington manages to wheedle her way into an audition with the maestro at the newly formed Nashville Philharmonic But women are far too fragile and frail for the rigors of an orchestra, and Rebekah s hopes are swiftly dashed because the conductor determined to leave his mark on the world of classical music bows to public opinion To make matters worse, Adelicia Acklen Cheatham, mistress of Belmont Mansion and Rebekah s new employer, a [...]


    26. 5 26 Full review First Of All Let me just say that I truly appreciate Tamera Alexander s attention to detail Her rich setting and little things that her character do make her books so easy to just completely entrench oneself into the story You re just THERE Ahem Going on These characters, y all They will worm their way into your heart To be perfectly honest, I actually didn t care for Rebekah too much at first She seemed a little too egotistical, a trait that I have mentioned in reviews before t [...]


    27. A Note Yet Unsung was a wholly satisfying and deeply emotion filled novel I enjoyed it so very much Even though this story is the third in a series, it is also written as a stand alone novel I did not feel as if I missed any important information, even though I had not read the first two books that are lightly connected to it.For me, a person who comes from a very musical background, reading a story set around the symphony was simply perfection The author did an amazing job of making me feel as [...]


    28. If you enjoy historical fiction with encouraging faith reminders, you need Tamera Alexander s novels The last of the Belmont novels did not disappoint and was all the I have come to expect in every Alexander novel I may have also listened to some Lindsey Stirling while writing this review.I love that each book in this series dealt with the three things the real life Adelicia deemed important art and nature being the first two , with this one covering music It added such intrigue to who she was a [...]


    29. This is the book that made me start reading the series, and although I questioned it at times, I m now glad I did read the books I felt very meh about the book until a fair portion of the way through when a plot twist took place if that s what you call it The way the plot twist came about seemed lame and contrived to me, but I really like where the plot twist took us I can t say a lot cause I don t want to spoil anything, but I liked the setting of where a fair portion of the next few chapters B [...]


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