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(Green Creek #2.5)

4.44  ·  Rating details ·  2,113 ratings  ·  375 reviews
She has lived.

She has lost.

Everything she has is blue.

But here, in the end, she'll be given one last chance.

A gift for all she has endured.

And her lovesong will be heard.

Author's Note: This is part of a series meant to be read in order, starting with Wolfsong followed by Ravensong. If you haven't read both books, this will spoil major events. You've been warned.

ebook, 15 pages
Published August 25th 2018 by T.J. Klune
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Aug 25, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Yup, I was a crying, slobbering mess!!
☆ Todd
Sep 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing

GAH! This free, short story gets ALL the stars, no question.

If you don't remember the main points of the first two books, you'll be totally lost.

However, if you do, you'll get so many feels, it's kinda ridiculous.

Fans of TJ's Green Creek series need to READ. THIS. NOW.

5 stars.
Renégade ♥
5 stars

There is a door.
A door to everything.

***Please note: There are links to the free audiobook narration of this book closer to the end of my review. Many thanks to Kirt Graves and TJ Klune for making this possible and available.

Lovesong incorporates aspects of the past and present from Elizabeth Bennett's perspective, while also giving hints about the future. So, if you're planning to continue on with this series, I'd recommend reading it after you've completed Wolfsong and Ravensong. This i
h o l l i s
I cried through this a second time. Why do we do this to ourselves.


This is like.. ten pages long (and free on the author's site!) and make me tear up and/or cry like three times.

How rUDE.
Sophia Triad
Her mother told her when she was a child that all those who leave are never truly gone.

Klune can definitely write awesomely about strong female characters.
I love it when a author loves the characters of his books that much.

This short free story will make you cry, but please read Wolfsong and Ravesong first.
Aug 25, 2018 rated it really liked it
When she dreams these days, it’s always in shades of blue.

There is a lovesong howling in her head.

I have to make this comment and it has to be put under a spoiler tag - I just have to say this: (view spoiler)
“One day,” she whispers to it. “One day, my love. I will look upon your face, and all will be well.”

I HATE YOU, TJ. (read for free here:

Aug 25, 2018 rated it really liked it
Jul 03, 2020 rated it liked it
I enjoyed this very short story from the perspective of a pretty interesting character. It definitely has spoilers for books 1 and 2 of the series. I liked it as a little fun addition, and I liked that it showed that the character is self-aware about what they're doing to other characters.

However, it doesn't really add all that much to the series in my opinion. It would be difficult to do so in such a short story anyway though (I still enjoyed it), and I guess it wouldn't be free if it did add
Aug 25, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2018, free, short-story
Oct 2018 "audio" review. :D
OMG, this is sooooo cool! The amazing Josy shared a much easier podcast to listen to these episodes.
"Lovesong in audio format narrated by Kirt Graves - including interviews with the narrators Derrick McClain, Michael Lesley, Greg Tremblay & TJ Klune"

Aug 2018 Review "ebook"
This is on TJs website. Gah, I just love this series and loved seeing Thomas and Elizabeth together again. I don't know how I will wait until September 2019, bu
Yup. This definitely pulled at my heart strings.

Beautifully written. 🧡🧡🧡
Oct 01, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2018, paranormal, short
All the feels!

This hit me right in the feels. TJ, please don't ever stop writing.
Alexandra Elend Wolf
Aug 24, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: novellas, 2020, fantasy
“She sings her Lovesong into the trees and sky, and it’s blue and green and the territory around her quakes with the power of her voice.”

What a heartbreaking and bittersweet novella.

I mean, I already knew it was not gonna be a walk in the park or anything. That it was not gonna be pink and flowery and soft. No, I knew it was gonna rip me apart and leave me in tatters. That I was gonna bleed through it.

So, it did not disappoint one bit when that's exactly what happened.

Elizabeth's POV
Lost in a Book
Can't wait for the final two books. Ahhhhh! ...more
Sep 01, 2018 rated it really liked it
This little novella was a nice addition to the series.
Did I cry while reading it? Of course I did. I don’t know what it is about these wolves but no matter what they do they make me cry.

I’m really happy Elizabeth had some closure, it was definitely needed.
Now the wait begins, the third book in the series comes out in September 2019!
Aug 25, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Elizabeth’s story, beautifully written! 💕
Dec 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing
4.5 stars

How could I not know that there is a short story?! And since August?!

❧A Bookish Berkeley Girl❧
Sep 08, 2018 rated it really liked it
Man ooh man....


I miss him too... so very much. Why! Why did it have to go down like that in book 1?

It was okay, a simple sad filler, but, I wished I took a pass.
Javi reads and reads and reads
This was beautiful. It broke my heart and then made it whole again.

This spoke to me as I’m in mourning as well. And it helped I think.

I just love this world, I cannot wait for Heartsong (a whole year? We have to wait for a whole year!?).
Thomas is such a wonderfully flawed character.
I love him but I also want to punch him in his jerk face.
(view spoiler)
Is it because I know the story, fill up those glimpses of the past with my memory how I felt while reading it? Is it because it's Elisabeth's song and it had to be heard? Does it matter in the end when it is just what it is: beautiful. ...more
Feb 11, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: lgbt-read, 4-star
Grief is a funny thing. There are days when it feels like it’s fading, like it’s nothing more than a low buzz at the back of her mind.
But then one little thing can set it off all over again.
Bev told from Elizabeth's POV. Thank you Tj. ...more
Gemma ♕ antari.and.the.books
Sep 22, 2020 rated it really liked it
Loved this little looking into Elizabeth's head through key moments of the first two books. I truly love her so it was lovely to get her thoughts and emotions. ...more
Sep 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This is a short story on the author's blog (link at bottom) that recaps the events from Elizabeth's point of view. I found it extremely emotional and I was teary eyed through the last half (tbh I had tears streaming down my face by the end). A must read for fans of this series. Don't read though until you've read both Wolfsong and Ravensong.
Aug 26, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: lgbtq, shifters
I was deeply moved.
I have always loved Elisabeth, the grand dame of the Bennett pack.
She always struck me as a lone figure (partly for the lack of females around her), particularly after Thomas 'leaves' her. She is also one of the toughest and most courageous characters I've encountered.

To see the story of Green Greek through her eyes was equally painful and awesome. TJ sums up the biggest moments in short clips of thoughts which has the effect of making all the feels raw and immediate.

The reve
Thank you for this gift!
Oh, I cried. It was beautiful.

Thank you TJ. <3

♥️Victoria ♥️ ♥️love books♥️
So, so, so short LOL

I loved every word!

I miss them already

This will forever be the best series ever!

Thank you TJ

Hugs and kisses
Nov 27, 2020 rated it really liked it
Holy shit this made me cry so hard.

Elizabeth is definitely a favourite.
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TJ KLUNE is a Lambda Literary Award-winning author (Into This River I Drown) and an ex-claims examiner for an insurance company. His novels include The House in the Cerulean Sea and The Extraordinaries. Being queer himself, TJ believes it's important—now more than ever—to have accurate, positive, queer representation in stories. ...more

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Green Creek (4 books)
  • Wolfsong (Green Creek, #1)
  • Ravensong (Green Creek, #2)
  • Heartsong (Green Creek, #3)
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