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Review: Harp's Voice (Harp's Song #2) by Cassie Shine




Book Blurb

Single-minded to the point of near seclusion, Harp Evans’ only goal was to move away from her abusive mother, and start a new life at college. Now a freshman at a prestigious university, Harp continues to struggle letting people in, including her ex-boyfriend—Connor Williams—who has always stood by her, especially after her mother exposed a devastating secret about Harp’s origin.

While Harp figures out how to navigate her relationships, especially with her mom, Anne, she will have to exorcize her own demons and face challenges with uncompromising courage, including reuniting her broken family—the family that was shattered by the acts of one man.

After almost twenty years, is it possible for people to change their minds and open their hearts? More importantly, is Harp strong enough to pull them all back together?

**Harp's Voice is the sequel to Harp's Song.**

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Toot's Review by Stacy Sabala

This book picks up where the first leaves off.  Harp is in therapy working through her issues with her mother and her life.  She is learning insight into why her mother was the way she was.  She is trying to figure out where to go from here.  The abuse she endured left her with scars.
Her mother has decided to change her life after getting cancer.  She is trying to be a better mother and building a relationship with Harp.  I like how the author shows it’s a day to day battle.  It isn’t easy.  The relationship they have is realistic and mom slides back a bit at times.

However Harp has a really good support system with her friends and Connor.  Connor is her rock and it takes her a while to realize she deserves him.  The story comes full circle when Harp comes face to face with her mother’s family.  She is a courageous girl and meets a lot of things head on.  She has grown a lot from the first book.  The author has really sent a positive image with this character.  She picked herself up and powered through, accepting the love she so was given and deserved.  What is even better is her mother came along with her and faced her own demons.  They made the choice.  It was a great read.  I give it a 4 out of 5.





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