Lottie has come a long way since she first returned to Iowa. For the first time in years she is at peace. When a performance offer comes from the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, she accepts and decides to look up some of the former members of the Neverland Orchestra as well.
But the great Lottie Braun never plays L.A.
Sam Harms likes his friend Lottie, but he doesn’t approve of her going to Los Angeles. And it’s a terrible idea to dig up the guys from the Neverland. They weren’t the knights in shining army of her memory.
Lottie proceeds with her plans. But as the concert nears, life takes a turn that sinks her confidence and threatens to end her career. As she faces the loss of her one great gift, Lottie must find a new and more lasting source of confidence.
A sweet book with a little bit of romance and a little bit of mystery and lots of mixed signals and missed opportunities. It was a bit rough to start — I didn’t realize there were two earlier books so it took me a few chapters to figure out who everyone was and how they fit together. Overall, though, it was a sweet, easy read. If you’re a fan of Christian fiction, this should check off all the boxes.