Home (A Songbird Novel #4) by Melissa Pearl

Book Review #55   

 
My rating: 5/5 

 

Rachel Myers never meant to stay in Payton. Her eyes were set on bigger things than waitressing at Clark’s Bar. She wants to perform on a stage of her own with bright lights, fame, and fortune. But something got in the way—Joshua Clark. He’s a good man who loves her, a solid rock she can depend on. She wants that to be enough, but it hasn’t quelled her yearning for the big city.

Josh knows Rachel wants more out of life and might leave one day. Yet so far, she hasn’t gone anywhere. Deep down, he believes his love is enough to keep her…or at least he hopes so. Until one night, a city boy from Hollywood promises Rachel a record deal and destroys everything.

Jumping at a chance she never thought she’d have, Rachel leaves Payton. And Josh. But the sparkle of Los Angeles is not all it’s cracked up to be, and Rachel quickly figures out that some sacrifices are not worth the risk. 

Is she too late? Will Josh forgive her, or has her desire for fame ruined the best thing she’s ever had?
Sometimes you have to say goodbye before you can say forever.   
 

  • A story that begins depressingly but ends with a contradicting flourish. 
  • I love both the main characters in the story, although there are times when they are just too stubborn for their own good. 
  • Each individual have their own beautiful personality that makes the readers to keep on reading. 
  • This story doesn’t only portray love but it also portrays the kindness of other people who are willing to help you without ever expecting a pay in return. 
  • It is not just a story about love. It’s a story about love and life. 
  • Highly recommended. 

 

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