Monday, February 22, 2016
Keeper of the Stars by Robin Lee Hatcher
She blames him for her brother's death. Can she let go of resentment and open her heart to love?
Penny Cartwright found it difficult to understand why her younger brother would choose to join a country singer's band rather than return to Kings Meadow after college...and the separation strained their relationship. Then a car accident made certain her brother could never return.
Trevor Reynolds has chased stardom in Nashville for more than a dozen years, but it remains out of his reach. After an accident kills his young drummer, Trevor goes to Kings Meadow to keep a promise - and perhaps to discover what truly matters in this life.
Thrown together by circumstances, Penny and Trevor must learn to give and receive forgiveness. And if they do, perhaps something beautiful can rise from the ashes of heartbreak.
I wasn't opposed to reading this book but I honestly wasn't really excited to read it either. I have been in the mood to read exciting, suspenseful books and this clearly wasn't going to be that kind of book. I was actually kind of dreading it a little bit.
I really enjoyed it! Keeper of the Stars has just the right amount of enjoyability, heart, love, faith, and a touch of sadness (not too much) to make it a really good and cozy read. I give it two thumbs up! I started it yesterday, late afternoon, and had to make myself put it down so that I could go to bed since I had to work this morning. I finished it an hour or so after I got home from work.
I am happy to say that I have found a new author that I will be on the lookout for. Keeper of the Stars by Robin Lee Hatcher was well written and enjoyable. Definitely one I will recommend to fellow readers.
*Note: I received a copy of this book from BookLook Bloggers in exchange for an honest review.