Unsung Unsung
Book 2 - The Henry Brothers


A Runaway Bride Small Town Romance

    • 4.5 • 72 Ratings
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Publisher Description

No one can outrun a scandal…or true love…



Everyone thinks they know me. Joke’s on them.

I don’t even know myself these days.

What I do know is that I need time away from being country music’s sweetheart. So, I left my PR stunt of a fiancé, and I ran.

Right into Seth Henry.

I wasn’t looking for love when I came to Dragonfly Lake. But what am I supposed to do now that I’ve found it?


I learned the hard way that relationships aren’t for me.

So, helping Everly had nothing to do with romance. Or how sexy she is. Falling for her was not part of the plan.

Too bad no one let my heart in on the plan.

I know happily ever after isn’t in the cards for us. One day, to protect my secrets, I’ll have to let her go.

I just hope there’s a way to do it without destroying us both…


Unsung, book 2 in the Henry Brothers series, is a light, small town, runaway bride contemporary romance that can be read as a standalone. It has a little humor, some spicy times, and plenty of emotional, heartwarming moments. Download today and watch Everly and Seth try (and fail) to avoid their HEA.

November 1
Lake House Publishing LLC
Amy L. Knupp

Customer Reviews

mamagalindo ,

Great story with amazing narration.

This is a great addition to the series. I really enjoyed Seth and Everly - their banter, care and concern for one another and their attraction to one another is sweet and endearing. Everly needs to hideout…she is under a lot stress, needs to make some personal and business decisions and just needs time to think. Seth is a bit of a loner, for his own reasons, and is working on renovating his property. He has a renter request and he just happened to finish a garage apartment…he didn’t expect Everly to be his renter. The interactions between Everly and Seth are very sweet, caring and tender. They have major trust issues but find it easy to share and be vulnerable with one another is fantastic. Can’t wait to read/listen to more from The Henry family! Tim Paige and Stacy Gonzales - deliver an amazing performance. They give each of the characters perfect emotion, personality and voice.

dektolia ,

Cute audiobook

Unsung is the second book in the Henry Brothers series and I liked it even more than the first. The characters were great, and the close-knit community of the small town was featured more-so than in the previous book in the series. In general like both celebrity in hiding and small town books, so I really liked the combination of them in Unsung.

I listened to the audiobook narrated by Tim Paige and Stacey Gonzalez. I wouldn’t hesitate to listen to both of them again.

I received a copy of the book at my request, and the opinions here are my own.

Artbabe44 ,

A sexy small town read that will grab your heart

🎧Audio Review🎧
Narrated by Tim Piage and Stacy Gonzalez

Amy really knows how to bring that heartwarming home town feel to her books including plenty of steam, personality and charm. I’m really loving this series and being a part of the Henry family of Dragonfly Lake.

Unsung is book 2 of the Henry Brother series. Runaway bride, Everly, needs a place to hide and Seth’s rental is the perfect solution. Seth, thought he had his life all figured out but feelings for Everly have stirred up past regrets that he’s not sure how to handle. Their chemistry is immediate and strong. Watching this relationship develop was a pure joy. What I enjoy about Amy Knupp’s books are mature adults who communicate without unnecessary misunderstandings. I will say Everly fleeing her wedding without even talking to her fiancé was a bit immature but this book is also about her journey to evolve. And she certainly did.

Tim Paige and Stacy Gonzalez are the narrators. Tim can do that sexy boy next door charm so well. He has a sexiness coupled with humor to his voice that’s really appealing.
Stacy represented Everly well. She was very dynamic. I did have a few issues with her style, however. I understand that the character is going through a lot of feelings, yet Stacy tended to overact a bit in places. At times, there was a sing-songy quality which didn’t seem natural. She also used vocal upspeak a little too frequently. It bothered me more when it was used during the intimate scenes which kept pulling me out of the moment.
Overall, I did enjoy the audio very much.
The book itself gets a 4.5
The audio gets a 3.5/4
I am rounding to the 4 total as this is an audio review specifically.

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