In Melbourne, Arie waits for his fiance, the classical pianist, Diana Clare, to return home from her month-long world tour.
In Edinburgh, Evie Greenlees, a budding poet, is missing her home in Australia and wonders where her current relationship is going.
In London, Beatrix Romero, age 16, flautist, is taking the train to Edinburgh to join a music camp.
Whilst in Vancouver, Felix Carter, age 17, cellist, is also heading to the Edinburgh music camp.
And in a New York apartment Lucie, lead singer and banjo player for Lucie Doran and the Curious Lovers, reflects upon her her life and on/off relationship with Elijah Tripp, fiddle player.
None of them realises that a haunting love song, composed by Diana for Arie, will make its way across the world and transform their lives, connecting those whose hearts it touches.
Partings, meetings, new love, lost love, found love and the love of music weaves its magic throughout this moving novel. It will tug at the heartstrings and stir the emotions.
A book to be read in one sitting, it has the reader on the edge of their seat. As in all relationships, it has it’s highs and lows, is frustrating at times, but heartwarming always.
The author is to be congratulated on her creation of so many diverse and wonderful characters.
If you love romance and music this is a must read for 2020.
The Lost Love Song is available in paperback e-book and audiobook.
About Minnie Darke
Minnie Darke is the author of the bestselling novel Star-crossed, winner of the Margaret Scott People’s Choice Award, and which has now been published in over 30 countries. Her fantastic new novel, The Lost Love Song, will be released in March 2020. She lives in Tasmania with her husband and family.