Summary: A new page of the Love Lines story that will reveal new secrets and mysteries buried in the walls of Dever. Eileen, Christian & Evan need to find an old spell to protect themselves and those they love from being killed. There is only one problem - no knows where the spell is hidden...
A mysterious student comes to Dever. A boy whose eyes are always watching. Who is he? What secrets are hidden behind his smiles? Is he a friend or an enemy?
When you think you are so close to getting what you want, think twice about your every step. Because what you think is the right thing to do may take away your life...
I read 'Songs of the Wind' Book 2 of Love Lines series just few weeks ago so everything was fresh in my mind from the previous book. It is impossible to say anything that won't give away the content of the story because almost everything is connected in some way or another. Basically this book tells of another quest of Eileen, Christian and Evan just like in the previous books. But unlike the previous two books this one had a lot going on. It would have been easy to get confused if had it not been written the way it was.
A new interesting character is introduced in this book. He is what we call the suspicious element of a book. To mix and shake things up a little bit. To add a little spice to the up and coming troubles. I actually liked him. Eileen the main protagonist sure knows how to handle the boys in her life so it was interesting to see her weave her way through Christian, Evan and Will. I have liked Amanda (Eileen's BFF) from the beginning and it still hasn't changed. Evan. He's a compliment unto himself. The bond him and Eileen share is the best.
This book is filled with everything a good book should have: Action, Drama, Romance, Humor, Tragedy(yes there is some here) and Hope. Hope that everything will turn out all right in the end. Hope that there will still be a tomorrow to love and cherish. Hope that tears will be a memory and happiness present reality!
My Rating : 3 Out of 5 Stars. (I Liked it.)
* I received e-arc of this book in exchange of an honest review