Kristen Keitzmann has become one of the more well known names in Christian fiction. A Rush of Wings is one of her first novels and is being re-released with a new look. This title originally came out in 1993 and as I sat down to read it this month I remembered it from long ago. Sadly, I remembered not being able to get drawn into it and that happened again this time. I suppose once in a while a book and a reader just don't connect. I know fans of hers will be glad to see this one again though and if you like suspenseful stories of girls on the run who end up on a horse ranch then this is for you!
About the book:
Though her panic is real, Noelle St. Clair is uncertain what danger she is fleeing. Fragmented images and slivers of memory have driven her to abandon her wealthy, sheltered life in New York for the hope of a haven--remote and safe.
Noelle's arrival at the Rocky Mountain horse ranch owned by Rick Spencer and his brother Morgan causes more than a little stir. Beautiful, vulnerable, yet strangely secretive, Noelle is an enigma the two contrasting brothers seek to unlock. But as their attentions breach the wall she hides behind, the past becomes a menacing threat from which Noelle can no longer hide.
Kristen Heitzmann is the bestselling author of seventeen novels, including Freefall, The Edge of Recall, and the Christy Award winner Secrets. Kristen and her family live in the foothills of the Colorado Rockies.