Friday, April 29, 2016

TLC Book Tours Book Review: Fading Starlight

About Fading Starlight

Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers (May 3, 2016)
Lauren Summers is hiding. Her fashion house internship should have launched her career, but a red carpet accident has left her blackballed. The only job she finds is unpaid, but comes with free lodging–a run-down cottage in the shadow of a cliff-side mansion. Unsure of what comes next, she’s surprised to be contacted by a reporter researching a reclusive former Hollywood ingénue who lives in the nearby mansion.
Kendall Joiner wants Lauren’s help uncovering the old woman’s secrets. In return, she’ll prove the red carpet accident was a publicity stunt so Lauren can regain her former job. With all her dreams in front of her, Lauren’s tempted by the offer, but as she and the old woman get to know each other, Lauren realizes nothing is quite as it seems.
“An inspiring plot that brims with Old Hollywood suspense, vintage fashion and modern frustrations.”—RT Book Reviews
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Review: It took a long time to pull my eyes from the cover, because it is simply gorgeous. The story is really good, especially as its Christian fiction. I've found a lot of stories in this genre can be a little over the top with religion and that doesn't always sit well with me, except when its Amish fiction.

In this book Lauren has it all and loses it. I love the Hollywood aspect of this story. The losing it that results in her losing it, is a bit far-fetched when it comes to standards of Hollywood, but that didn't bother me too much. I really loved how Lauren connected with Charlotte and that is what the story centers on.

This is a wonderful heartwarming story and a great read

Rating: 5 flowers

About Kathryn Cushman

Kathryn Cushman is a graduate of Samford University with a degree in pharmacy. She is the acclaimed author of over a half-dozen novels, including  Leaving Yesterday andA Promise to Remember, which were both finalists for the Carol Award in Women’s Fiction. Kathryn and her family make their home in Santa Barbara, California.

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