A Note Yet Unsung by Tamera Alexander is a welcome addition to my readings this winter. This book takes place in Victorian Nashville and introduces us to Rebekah Carrington and Tate Whitcomb. Rebekah is a natural musician and a master of several instruments, her dream is to play in the male-dominated symphony. Tate is the director of the Nashville symphony and refuses her admittance. They both overcome numerous obstacles as they weave through the troubles of their pasts and realize they need each other. Very well written and nearly 400 pages, this is one to savor. I enjoyed every minute of this book except for the part when a character referred to a black man as a N*****. I thought that could have been left out or simply referred to as a slur.