A Note Yet Unsung is the latest from Tamera Alexander. When Rebekah Carrington learns of her grandmother's death, she knows she must leave Vienna and return to her hometown. With her grandmother gone, she has nowhere safe to land. When Rebekah left home years ago, it was after her stepfather actually physically attacked her!
Rebekah must find work to pay the bills; however, she is quickly disappointed when her attempt to audition to play oboe in the newly formed Nashville symphony ends in failure. Before Rebekah can locate a place to rest her head, she learns her luggage has been mistakenly delivered to her mother's home. Rebekah suddenly finds herself standing in the rain in front of her mother's front door. This return home does not last long when her stepfather tries to force his way into her bedroom yet again!
Before you know it, Rebekah has landed a new place to call home, as well as a job as assistant to the symphony's conductor, Nathaniel Tate Whitcomb. You will be surprised about all that transpires as Rebekah attempts to help Tate complete the music for the upcoming introduction of newly formed Nashville's philharmonic orchestra. You will be surprised to see where Rebekah ends up by the final pages of the novel!
I received this book from Bethany House in exchange for my unbiased review.