Our Lost Song (2022)

About the Book

BookOur Lost Song

SeriesFor Love and Rock #3

Author: Emily Childs

Release Date: January 4, 2022

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Sweet Romance

A jaded single dad and a journalist with a doozy of a secret might be the perfect match to heal two broken hearts…or the perfect storm for disaster.

Trusting the wrong person landed Jazzy Simon knee-deep in hot water. Now, writing the gossip column for a brutal tabloid will have to pay the bills on the steep climb out. Her newest assignment has her on a mission to expose rumors of mistreatment and bribes in the world of rock and roll.

And she has her sights set on the man behind the scenes–music producer, Finn Walker.

But soon, playing Finn’s intern has her wanting to ruin less of him, and know more of the guarded single dad whose dedication to his daughter sets Jazzy’s heart on fire.

Finn swore off love after a rocky first marriage. But a few late nights and tender moments with Jazzy at the recording studio leave him questioning everything he thought he wanted.

When sparks fly, secrets begin to fall apart, and hearts are put on the line. As the truth comes out, will they fight for a whirlwind romance, or will their love crash and burn?

Perfect for readers who love a good mix of sweet and sizzle, toe-curling kisses, swoony book boyfriends, and a happily ever after.

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My Thoughts

Oh, my word, what a good story! Our Lost Song by Emily C. Childs is the third novel in the For Love and Rock series, and while each novel can be read as standalone, I really feel this series should be read in order because, at the heart of this series, is the concept of family. Characters from books 1 and 2 appear in book 3 and are pretty important to the development of this theme of family that runs throughout the series. And this is why I am really enjoying the For Love and Rock books. I love the idea that people of different backgrounds and life experiences can come together with mutual morals and values and become a family that is fiercely strong and loyal. To be a part of a group of people who would stand up for you and have your back no matter what is truly a blessing.

In book 3, Childs illustrates the positive side of stepfamilies. Let’s be honest, in today’s day and age, the likelihood that many families are blended is pretty high. Sure, like anything, blended families can and do have their negatives, but all too often, stepfamilies are major blessings. In my personal experience, the blending of families was one of the best things that ever happened in my life. When my mom met and married my stepdad, we had some major adjustments as a family for sure, but the positives of having my stepdad and sister and brother in my life far outweighed the negatives of change. I really related to the illustration of blended families in Our Lost Song, and I applaud Childs for crafting a story that shows this blending in a positive light. I loved how Finn and Jazzy fall for each other — man, the chemistry between them is outstanding — but what I really loved the most is how each of them fell for the other’s child, too. I appreciate how Finn steps up and becomes the father figure that Mason desperately needs, and I love the sweet, caring relationship that grows between Jazzy and Micah.

There is so much more positive to say about Our Lost Song, but I don’t want my review to become a novel. Suffice to say, if you are a fan of wonderfully crafted, well-told, sweet Contemporary Romances then I highly recommend Our Lost Song. You will love this book so much!

I purchased a copy of this novel in eBook form from Amazon.com on January 3, 2022, in order to review. In no way has this influenced my review. The opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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