REVIEW: Unsung by Shannon Richard



Harper Laurence has been jilted on her way to the altar. Desperate for some time away from her friends and family, Harper takes off for Nashville-only to meet a hot, scruffy, tattooed stranger. A man she liked a little too much, and who left her the teeniest bit . . . well, pregnant.

Liam James is an up-and-coming country musician, who just found his muse. Ever since their weekend together, Liam hasn’t been able to forget the curvy, vivacious woman who left him wanting more, even as she inspired some of the greatest songs he’s ever written. He’s determined to convince Harper that he’s the guy for her . . . and that the best love songs can never be unsung.



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Shannon Richard(all information obtained from authors Website)

Shannon Richard grew up in the Panhandle of Florida as the baby sister of two overly protective but loving brothers. She was raised by a more than somewhat eccentric mother, a self-proclaimed vocabularist who showed her how to get lost in a book, and a father who passed on his love for coffee and really loud music. She graduated from Florida State University with a bachelor’s in English literature and still lives in Tallahassee, where she battles everyday life with writing, reading, and a rant every once in a while. Okay, so the rants might happen on a regular basis. She’s still waiting for her Southern, scruffy Mr. Darcy, and in the meantime writes love stories to indulge her overactive imagination. Oh, and she’s a pretty big fan of the whimsy.



I want to first thank NetGalley, and Random House Loveswept for providing us with a copy of this book so that we could bring you this review.

This was such a sweet read, one that I needed at the time after having finished such a heavy topic book just before. The love that these two develop even though it doesn’t happen right away was super sweet. I like how Harper helps Liam come out of his shell in his song writing style. She helps him unknowingly write the best song of his career, one that helps him step out of his normal style, one that elevates him as a singer/songwriter. Liam also helps Harper heal from her emotional hits, when he shows her that love is sometimes found when you aren’t looking for it.

I give this book 4 country kisses… 

Happy Reading… Adri


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