Friday, February 12, 2016
Keeper of the Stars (Review)
This review is for the book "Keeper of the Stars" by Robin Lee Hatcher. I have read many of Hatcher's books over the years and I really enjoy her writing style.
In this book, Penny has buried both her mother and her brother. She is devastated, and can't seem to get past the bitterness, as much as her father tries to help her through it. When her brother's former bandmate comes to town, it brings up even more sad feelings for Penny, as she blames the band for her brother's death. Unfortunately for her, Trevor Reynolds made a promise to Penny's brother that he would hang around town and help keep an eye on Penny and her dad. Pretty soon, Trevor finds that he loves the small town. He finds true happiness and contentment there. And soon after that, Penny begins to make peace with Trevor being around all the time. I'm sure you can guess where the story goes from there!
I liked the characters in this book a lot. They aren't cheesy; they are very likable. This is part of the Kings Meadow series, which I didn't realize when I started reading the book. Now that I have read this one I would love to read the others in the series. Great book for a feel-good, easy read.
Thank you to Litfuse Publicity for a copy of the book in exchange for my honest review.