ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Christian Reader, The Denver Post, and The Philadelphia Inquirer. Her most recent book is A Sky without Stars, the newest release in Abingdon’s Quilts of
Born in Arizona, Linda and her husband now make their home in Eugene, Oregon, where Linda has taught college-level creative writing classes, and writes, edits, and mentors other writers. She also is a frequent writing conference presenter, a church retreat leader, and mom to four grown children and five wayward cats.
My Thoughts on This Book:
I've read all these books in the series so far and have loved each one of them. This was no exception. I loved the time period it was written in. The main character Frankie is strong and has overcome so many obstacles in her life and raising a boy alone as a single parent isn't easy, especially for a native American in the 50's. As we follow her story from moving from the Dakota's to Arizona to start a new life, she hears her faithful grandmother help her in finishing the star quilt for her son so he can remember their heritage. Along the way, she meets Nick.. Will her heart be able to mend from her shattered marriage and learn to love again??
ABOUT THE BOOK
A bed without a quilt is like a sky without stars, but neither the quilt—nor her new life—comes easily to Frankie. Nick Vandergriff, for instance, is the last man Frankie wants to trust. He’s half-Lakota but Christian, and Frankie can see no good coming from that faith after her own parents were forced to convert at an Indian school. Can Nick convince Frankie that white men and Christians aren’t all bad? And will Frankie learn that love is the most important ingredient—for her son’s quilt and life itself?
If you would like to read the first chapter of A Sky Without Stars, go HERE.
I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was given....