Friday, February 12, 2016

Keeper of the Stars (A Kings Meadow Romance) by Robin Lee Hatcher

About the book: Forgiveness is the only cure for heartbreak.  But can Penny forgive the man she holds responsible for her brother’s death?  When her mother died from pneumonia, Penny Cartwright was heartbroken.  But now, after burying her younger brother just 12 years later, she is devastated.  Anger, guilt, and sorrow cloud Penny’s mind, and the last thing she wants is to be reminded of her pain – but that’s exactly what happens when a stranger comes to town.

Trevor Reynolds has been chasing fame for more than a dozen years, but his musical career can’t get off the ground.  While on the road, an accident kills his young drummer, Brad Cartwright. Trevor wasn’t behind the wheel, but he still blames himself…and so does Brad’s sister, Penny.  Now Trevor finds himself in Kings Meadow, determined to follow through on his final promise to his friend.

Still feeling the pain of Brad’s death, Penny and Trevor must learn that forgiveness is the only thing that can heal their hearts.  And if they do forgive, something beautiful may rise from the ashes of heart break.

Review: Keeper of the Stars is the third book in the series A Kings Meadow Romance by Robin Lee Hatcher.  I have not read any of the other books in this series and as I found out, you do not have to have read the other books before reading Keeper of the Stars.  There is no confusion of the characters or storyline.

When I started reading Keeper of the Stars, I anticipated it to be your typical romance novel and while it didn’t have any great surprises, it was very enjoyable to read.  I found myself sympathizing with both Penny and Trevor in how they were dealing with the loss of a brother and a friend.  I like how the author had “flashbacks” from the brother’s perspective that filled in details of why Brad was with Trevor when he died and also why he wanted Trevor to go to Kings Meadow.

Even though the book is fiction, there is nothing fictional about the way Robin Lee Hatcher writes about the forgiveness of God.  It is woven through each chapter of this book.  True forgiveness only comes from God and can only be extended to others through the help of God.  The author makes this very clear in her writings and I enjoyed that aspect as much as the actual story and characters.

“Keeper of the Stars” is a keeper! (rev. P.Howard)

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DISCLOSURE: A complimentary copy was provided by Litfuse Publicity Group to facilitate this review. Opinions are those of the reviewer. No compensation was received.

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