Catch a Falling Star by Beth K. Vogt was a delight to read. Almost as good as her debut novel, Wish You Were Here. This book keeps us in Colorado where we meet young doctor Kendall Haynes. She's self-sufficient, yet the last of her friends to remain single. It's not that she wants to be, she just hasn't met the right man. Enter two single men, both with their own ideas of the ideal woman, both with secrets, and both with an agenda.
This book was warm and sweet. The characters invited me into their world where I got the chance to get to know them, and I truly enjoyed that opportunity. Once in a while a book comes to life, and this one did.
From the back cover:
Dr. Kendall Haynes's plans to have it all-a career, a husband, a family-are eluding her. Now that she's thirty-six, she needs to stop wishing on a star and face reality: Some dreams just never come true.
Air Force pilot Griffin Walker prefers flying solo in the air and on the ground-until a dangerous choice ejects him from the cockpit. His life becomes even more complicated after the sudden death of his parents makes him the guardian of his sixteen-year-old brother. There's no way his life will ever get back on course now.
When their lives collide during a near tragedy, Kendall and Griffin must decide if they can embrace the unexpected changes God has waiting for them.
About the author:
Beth K Vogt is a nonfiction author who said she'd never write fiction. She also said she'd never marry a doctor or anyone on the military, and is now happily married to a former Air Force family physician. Beth believes God's best is often behind the door marked, "Never."