The voice of an angel, a husband who loved her-she had it all...until a tragedy took it away. A Linger story. They called her their Songbird, but she was never theirs. Not in the way she wanted. The Donovan brothers meant everything to Emily, but rejected by Greer and Taggert, she turned to Sean, the youngest. He married her for love, and she loved him, but she also loved his older brothers. Her singing launched her to stardom. She had it all. The voice of an angel, a husband who loved her, and the adoration of millions. Until a tragedy took it all away. Taggert and Greer grieve for their younger brother, but they're also grieving the loss of Emmy, their songbird. They take her back to Montana, determined to help her heal and show her once and for all they want her. They're also on a mission to help her find her voice again. Under the protective shield of their love, she begins to blossom... until an old threat resurfaces. Now the Donovans face a fight for what they once threw away. Only by winning it-and her love-will their songbird fly again. Warning: Explicit sex, mnage a trois, multiple partners, a committed polyamorous relationship, adult language, and sweet loving
Songbird begins with Emmy still numb from her husband's death. She hasn't really been living at all the past year just existing and going through the motions. It all changes when her husband's two brothers come to take her back home to help her heal. The thing is she been in love with both of them for as long as she was in love with her husband. But this time they are willing to try a relationship to get her back with them. After a lot of pain and headache they seem to be helping her heal, but there is still a danger out there to Emmy that no one could have predicted.
This book held a whole lot of sadness for being a short story. It was written very well and I loved all of the characters. At times it was a very beautiful story to see these people begin their journey to love together. And to see the heartache and guilt they've all endured was heartbreaking. Songbird was very good, and I really enjoyed reading it.