Little Sister Song (Wynter Wild Book 1)

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Wynter has spent her entire young life behind a chain-link fence in the middle of the Arizona desert. She escapes and finds the family she never knew she had--three older brothers who were abandonned by their mother, just as she was. They bond over music but there's no happy ending. Her adult siblings have problems of their own, and they'll have to fight to keep her. More

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About Sara Creasy

I'm a Brit living in Australia and also spent 5 years in the USA. I'm married to a writer, and we have a young daughter and two cats. I've worked in a curtain shop, a private detective agency, a Department of Defence publishing office, and as an audio tech for a fashion show. Nope, those things have nothing in common! Most recently I worked as a textbook editor for a major publisher. I wrote two science fiction romance novels a few years ago, and now I'm writing the Wynter Wild series, a contemporary family drama about siblings, rock music, pancakes, and the occasional igloo.
1 Little Sister Song
2 Out of Tune
3 Rhythm and Rhyme
4 Lost Melodies
5 Distortion
6 Natural Harmonics
7 Duet
8 Minor Key
9 Broken Strings
10 The Beat Goes On (coming soon)

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About the Series: Wynter Wild
Beginning with Little Sister Song, the Wynter Wild series follows the story of a teenage girl who grew up isolated and escapes to find her real family. She and her siblings bond over music as she learns about the outside world.

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Stormswift reviewed on April 14, 2019

A good family drama that leaves you rooting for Wynter, wanting her to succeed, to let go of the nightmare of the cult.

14 Year old Wynter escapes from a cult with the aid of her half-sister, Joy. Luckily her 3 half brothers Caleb; Indio and Jesse welcome their new sister and give her the home she's always wanted. Life is not smooth sailing especially when Child Welfare services don't allow her to live with her brothers. Many secrets are kept by her family and by Wynter.
Wynter is devoid of the nous to get along in the world and this leaves her vulnerable.

Music was an overall theme in the book.
Far too many references to music (types of instruments; music notes; playing of music) - rather boring so I first skimmed then skipped these sections.
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