By Rosslyn Elliott
Track bargains Kate candy shelter from her problems . . . yet genuine freedom is sweeter.
In Westerville, Ohio, 1855, Kate Winter's desires are nearly within sight. because the first girl to graduate from Otterbein collage, she'll be assured her private want: break out from the darkish mystery haunting her family members. yet along with her mom made up our minds to marry her off to a filthy rich guy, Kate needs to face fact. She has to run. Now. and he or she has the precise plan. sign up for the approaching musical performance—and use it to masks her flight.
Ben Hanby, Otterbein College's musical genius, sees Kate iciness as an enigmatic creature, awesome for her attractiveness, but painfully shy. Then he hears her sing—and the honour of her voice strikes him as by no means earlier than. He determines to solid her in his musical and discover the secret that's Kate. nonetheless, he needs to hold his personal mystery to himself. no longer even this exciting girl can comprehend that his passionate religion is riding him to help fugitives at the Underground Railroad.
A terrifying twist of fate brings Kate and Ben jointly, yet threatens to shatter either their secrets and techniques and their desires. Kate can now not deny the necessity to locate her courage—and her voice—if she is to sing a brand new track for his or her future.
A stirring novel of wish and religion encouraged through genuine events—from the writer of Fairer than Morning, winner of the 2011 Laurel Award.