Catch a Falling Star by Beth Vogt

catchafallingstarGenre: Romance
Publisher: Howard
Publication Date: May 2013

Dr. Kendall Haynes has achieved all her goals except one. At 36, she is still waiting for her personal fairy tale, just like the ones her grandmother read to her as a little girl. But Kendall begins to suspect that some dreams aren’t meant to be.

Air force pilot Griffin Walker likes going through life alone. When events beyond his control sideline him from flying and his parents’ sudden death leaves him in charge of his much younger brother, Griffin finds his life veering far off his intended course.

When their paths connect, Kendall and Griffin get off on the wrong foot, but as their lives continue to intersect, they are forced to consider that maybe God has very different plans in mind for them — plans that are much greater and better than anything they could have imagined.

Catch a Falling Star by Beth K. Vogt is a story for every woman who has ever wondered if her “prince” will arrive. This novel is so much more than just a romance. It’s a story about learning to be happy and to rely on God even when life doesn’t go according to our plans.

Griffin is your typical stubborn and independent guy, and Kendall is the woman who speaks her mind. Together they make for some pretty comical scenes that often had me laughing out loud. Vogt has a way of conveying deep and poignant truths in a light and easy way to digest. I really enjoyed watching Ian (Griffin’s younger brother) grow and develop throughout the story as well as the way he and Kendall interacted.

I definitely recommend Catch a Falling Star to romance fans looking for more than just another happily-ever-after. The ending won’t disappoint, but the journey there is filled with valuable lessons. The sweet tale serves to help the medicine go down easier. Through the characters, readers learn the importance of being content wherever they are in life and understanding God’s plans are higher than ours. It’s a book you won’t be able to put down!

Review copy provided by Litfuse Publicity. Thanks!

**Originally posted on Fiction Addict.

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