Overall, I enjoyed this book. I felt that the storyline and character building was slow to start. Once it did pick up, I was able to read in one sitting. This one was more tame than The Retreat by Ms. Reiza. There was quite a bit of symbolism in this as if the book read like a classic. This is my second recent book by the same author that could use the help of a thorough editor.
A wealthy arts patron receives a wrongly delivered letter at her secret address in Kensington. Her therapist recognizes the intended recipient immediately, leading her into the hands of a defeated composer she will, together with her sweetest accomplice, help back into music. A passionate rendition of human resilience.