Keeper of the Stars
by Robin Lee Hatcher
A King's Meadow Romance Book 3
Litfuse, Thomas Nelson, and Robin Lee Hatcher are excited to bring you the latest King's Meadow Romance, Keeper of the Stars.
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.
This is the third King's Meadow Romance from Robin Lee Hatcher. You can find out more about the series here.
Meet the Author
Here's my review of this beautiful love story:
First, I would like to extend a heartfelt “Thank you” to Robin Lee Hatcher and her publisher for sending me a copy of "Keeper of the Stars" to review for them. I am truly grateful for this generosity. I really appreciate the time, effort and expense it takes to make a reviewer copy available to me.
“Keeper of the Stars” by Robin Lee Hatcher is a beautiful, bittersweet love story. Brad wanted to worship God by making music, so when the opportunity came to audition and become part of Trevor’s band, he jumped at the chance to live his dream despite his sister’s reservations. Now Brad is gone and Penny is angry, but Trevor made a promise to Brad as the young man died in his arms and he plans to keep that promise even if Penny never forgives him for her brother’s death.
“Keeper of the Stars” is a beautiful book about forgiveness and finding the path home to Christ. It’s about love and family and friends and celebration and honesty. And there’s a sweet romance that develops within its pages. This is one of those books that makes me want to be a better person and use my giftings for what God intends. It also showed me how to really love my neighbor as myself. This is a great book to curl up with on the couch in front of a cozy fire with a cup of cocoa.