Sing was a very enjoyable continuation of the Homeward Trilogy. It is book two in the series and started off a little slowly. However, the story is extremely interesting from start to finish and really took off for me about half way through the book.
I really enjoyed the way this book continued to alternate between the three St. Clair siblings. It was great to see what was happening with all of them. Moiras story was the primary one, with Dominic and Odessa also having troubles of their own that they were dealing with.
While some things wrap up in this book, there are some loose ends that continue on into book three. I was very happy to be able to pick up the next book in the series and continue on. I would definitely recommend having book three, Claim, ready to read before you reach the end of Sing! Very enjoyable!
I won this book in a giveaway. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
I didn't read the first book in this series but found this to be a great story on its own. It was filled with suspense, and life for the characters was not without its problems. At times it seemed too worldly for my liking but prior to becoming a Christian we all make poor choices so in that way it is very realistic. The author does a great job of holding the reader's attention throughout the entire book. I'm looking forward to reading book 3 in the series and may even have to go back and read book 1 at some point.
Each of us, bound in Love and our heart have an amazing gift of Free Will. This is the story of the expression of Free Will and the hope and trust so deeply withing that moving twords a goal and trusting that it too is blessed.
I enjoyed the sequel to Breathe and am looking forward to the third book in the series, Claim. Bergren did a fantastic job of torturing her characters and making you care about them. The brother Nic and sister Moira messed up the worst. What I liked about this story was that Begren pulled no punches and had them make poor choices and suffer from their mistakes. I really ached for Moira who went through quite a transformation in this novel because of the many disappointments and hurts she suffered.I also loved the conflict between Odessa and Bryce's brother. There was some serious tension there, and I loved how realistically it was portrayed. The temptation was well done. I'm curious to see if this plays out further in the next book in this series. I'm also looking forward to seeing what happens to Nic in the last book. He has gone through so much, and yet he survived. On the positive end, he lost some of his recklessness because of this. Both he and Moira learned that they could not control everything. I found it interesting how they were introduced to faith, and also touching when Moira experienced unconditional love.Last, I adored that this book had a lot of edgy content. Again, Bergren lays the temptation and aftermath right out there. She shows how sin easily entangles and snares the victim. She also uses realistic dialog in many of the scenes and I cringed at the painful truth in those words. Bravo to Lisa for writing a daringly different historical romance set in 1880s Colorado. I would definitely recommend this series to people who like edgy stories within which the characters have realistic struggles they try to overcome.