A Song To Remember: A Crescent City Wolf Pack Novella (Mystifying Music Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Sarah Oakes

A Song to Remember: A Crescent City Wolf Pack Novella (Mystifying Music Book 3)A Song to Remember: A Crescent City Wolf Pack Novella by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A great read about memory. Shane is a musician and a werewolf. When performing a gig in a pub, he meets Bekah and they instantly connect as she is the fated mate that he’s been waiting for. But when a friend dabbles in dark magic, he is robbed of his memories. Can he find her again without his memories?
A great read. Well developed plot with twists and turns that I just couldn’t put down. Well developed characters like Shane confident but vulnerable underneath or Bekah standing up for herself but with her worries underneath. Great cast of supporting characters like the skeptical Chase or the cautious Luke or the sweet Emma.
I loved the visual detail throughout the novel like with New Orleans cathedral of white marble and tall spires and colourful houses and little backstreets as somewhere full of magic and wonder. Or the saxophone itself with its case and keys in simple beauty. Or its music sweet and melodic drawing you in so vivid it’s as if you’re actually there, wonderfully written.
A great example of world building with fantastical creatures living alongside humanity with their own rules and laws and societies. I also loved the passion for music throughout the novel was a lovely touch. The switch of perspectives was easy to follow with named in the sections and to display both sides of the story. I also liked the use of suspense with small details and memories revealed slowly to make you want to keep reading to find out what happened. Overall, a great read and I would give it five stars.

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