Book Review: Southern Song

By TJ Johnson

Southern Song is book three in the Davaar Island series. The story opens with Abby Buchanan back home in Australia, coping with a broken heart after leaving Scotland and Murdo. This story picks up about four months after her return to Australia. She’s returned to her job in civil service and is working to put her life back together after her abrupt departure from Davaar Island.

The emotions in this book a more raw than the first two stories. Abby is really going through an intense transition in her life and, as a reader, you can really feel it. You can feel her sadness, her disappointment, her pain. The story builds to a love triangle near the middle of the story. Without giving too much away, the outcome is what I was hoping for. I did find some of the editing errors in this story a little distracting. Otherwise, it is everything readers love about the Davaar Island story.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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Check out my other reviews of this series:

Until You, book 1 in the Davaar Island series

Northern Skies, book 2 in the Davaar Island series

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