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Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Catch A Falling Star


What does a girl do when life doesn’t go according to her plan? At thirty-six, Kendall Haynes has seen some of her dreams come true. She’s a family physician helping kids with severe allergies and asthma achieve more fulfilling lives—a childhood struggle she knows all too well. But are Kendall’s dreams of having it all—a career, a husband, children—nothing more than a childhood fantasy? God says He knows the plans He has for her—why can’t Kendall figure them out and be content with her life? 

Griffin Walker prefers flying solo—both as an Air Force pilot and in his personal life. But a wrong choice and health problems pulled him out of the cockpit. His attempts to get out of “flying a desk” are complicated by his parents’ death—making Griffin the reluctant guardian of his sixteen-year-old brother, Ian. How did his life get so off course? Can he get his life back on track…or has there been a divine plan all along? 

Catch a Falling Star reminds readers that romance isn’t just for twenty-somethings and that sometimes letting go of your “wish I may, wish I might” dreams is the only way to embrace everything God has waiting for you.

Cafe Lily's Review:

If you are looking for a sweet love story, this book offers one.  I enjoyed the book for the most part and think it was worth reading but the mystery/suspense part of it ended way too abruptly for me. 

The build up was great, but I was left wondering about a lot of details and wish there would have been more of a conclusion. 

I liked this book better than Wish You Were Here, but it didn't totally grab me and draw me in like I wanted it to.  I did like that this story focuses on characters that are older and dealing with some interesting issues. I was able to connect with the characters and the story was believable, however there were a lot of issues all going on at the same time which was hard to follow at times.


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