Matthew and Julia Ayers are happy at last, settled in their new home with their son and flourishing musical careers. And with Jeremy Corrigan playing in an orchestra halfway across the country, they finally feel a sense of peace and security.
That is exactly what Jeremy is counting on.
Enraged when he is caught in a compromising situation, he refocuses his energies on the people he holds responsible for his languishing career. Believing that "There is an art to destroying a life," he sets out with cool determination to destroy those who have betrayed him.
No one is safe from his wrath
The eternal struggle between good and evil play out with horrifying consequences in REQUIEM.
Like the previous books, the music helps tell the story, and it still amazes me how the author can make you feel the music, and all you're doing is reading about a sound. That's as much of a gift as her ability to effortlessly transport you into the minds and lives of her characters. This series is definitely not light reading. It's deep, and dark, and I'm sad to see it end, but I'm thrilled with how it all came together. —Gabby "What's Beyond Forks?" reviews
Requiem is the perfect conclusion to this intense trilogy. Julia and Matthew are finally happy together, raising their baby and living their life together. But, that happiness won't last forever, because Jeremy, sociopath that he is, blames them for his problems and is out for revenge. No one will be safe from his wrath, not Julia, not Matthew, not their baby, not Brett (his brother), not Maggie, and not Trudy (Jeremy and Brett's mom). I can't say too much without giving spoilers, but I will say that I think Requiem is even more gripping than Reverie or Rhapsody. It is the perfect way to end the series. Thank you, Lauren Rico, for this exciting, gripping series! —Valeen, NetGalley Reviewer
This is the third and final book in the series. This is a fantastic conclusion to the whole set. These books can not be read stand alone reads, they need to be read in order. Once again this author does not disappoint with this book. This book has amazing characters, you will just fall in love with from the start. I cant wait to read more from this author in the future. Highly recommended! —Emma Bramley, "Emma Obsessed" Book Reviews
Lauren Rico was going to be principal French horn of the New York Philharmonic. That was HER plan, anyway. The New York Philharmonic had no idea of her intentions, and that's probably a good thing, since she wasn't an especially good French horn player!
Lauren was, however, an exceptionally good classical music radio host. Calling herself a "Classical Music Reanimator," she has made a career of demystify classical music for her audiences by taking it off a dusty old pedestal and putting it into a modern context.
It's only been over the last couple of years that Lauren has discovered a passion for writing, which she's managed to combine with her love and knowledge of the classical music world. That's when she had the realization that she had something special with this story of love and obsession and music.
More at www.LaurenRico.com
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