A Song Unheard is a captivating story by Roseanna M. White. The second book in her new Shadows over England series, White takes us into the intrigue of Willa’s story. Willa, younger sister to Rosemary from A Name Unknown, finds herself working for the shadowy Mr. V. To do her job, Willa travels to Wales, and finds music like she had only dreamed about. Lukas De Wilde, violinist extraordinaire, and a refugee is intrigued with Willa and her musical gift.
Full of intrigue and intense emotion, A Song Unheard is fast moving with strong characters. I loved the character of Willa. She was so believable and yet so gifted, so emotionally scarred and yet so fiercely loyal and attentive to those she calls family. Using an intricate plot full of danger, loss, and pain, White deftly shows us how WWII affected different people so in so many tragic ways. But as Willa struggles to find herself, White shows us the strength and resilience that comes from hope and believing in God. Bethany House gave me a complimentary copy of A Song Unheard by Roseanna M. White for my candid review.