Image of Catch a Falling Star: A Novel


Image of Catch a Falling Star: A Novel

Vogt’s characters demonstrate how God can, and does, use our brokenness for His plans. The reader can feel the character’s rejection and struggles. While the outcome is predictable, this is still a pleasant read. An author Q&A is included

Though Dr. Kendall Haynes has a thriving medical practice, she fears she will never see her dreams of having a family come to fruition. Griffin Walker never thought he would become the guardian of his 16-year-old brother, Ian, after the death of their parents. Griffin is a grounded pilot watching his dreams float away. Griffin and Kendall’s paths cross when she saves Ian’s life. Kendall’s a bit put off by Griffin’s attitude toward her, but her focus is on a budding relationship with Dr. Heath Parker. Are Heath’s intentions genuine, or does he have an ulterior motive? Can Griffin come to terms with the fact that God’s plans may be different from his own? (HOWARD, May, 320 pp., $15.99)
Reviewed by: 
Leslie L. McKee