Written in the Stars is a backroads story you won’t want to miss.
You might not know this, but I live in a town with more dirt roads than paved and farm land surrounds me. When I saw that Christina Coryell was writing a story that might look a little like my home town, I knew I would jump on board this train.
Written in the Stars is a fun filled, eye opening, heart pounding journey. Holly and Brooke go on a beautiful journey of discovery after both their lives take them down new paths. Their counterparts, Gatlin and Hunter, experience some self reflecting moments as well. With a majority of the story revolving around Holly, her deceased fiancé Chad, and Hunter I couldn’t help hoping that the next in the series involve Brooke and Gatlin a little more. I developed a bit of a soft spot for the two characters.
As always, Thank you Christian for giving the world one more amazing story.
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Genre – Clean & Wholesome/ Contemporary/ Inspirational/ Romance
About the book
Roundabout these parts, dirt roads don’t just get you from point A to point B. They intersect to create a maze of life often missed when outsiders drive through a sleepy town. The number on the population sign might seem insignificant, but a few short steps from the beaten path, there’s more than meets the eye.
Look a little closer… That sleek out-of-town convertible is bringing former pageant queen Brooke Langdon back into town for the first time in a decade. She’s dragging nothing with her but the hyphen in her last name. Gatlin Moore is running his tractor along the fence line, spending his days keeping up his parents’ farm instead of living out his dreams in Nashville. The sheriff is pulling into Holly Christian’s driveway, preparing to tell her that her life’s about to crumble. And Hunter Pearce, the guy everyone calls when they need something fixed? He’s racing to Holly’s place too, wondering if things are too broken to put back together. Welcome to Hope Canyon. This is our backroads story.
USA Today bestselling author Christina Coryell was born and raised in southwest Missouri, where she lives with her husband and children. She had plenty of people tell her that her degree in English with an emphasis on Creative Writing would be useless. They were probably right. Added to her dual major in History, she became the least likely candidate for nearly every career on the planet, save being a writer. That suits her just fine.
Christina has written from the back hatch of an SUV, in a lawn chair while at soccer practice, in the front seat of her car, with kids climbing on her, and often with extremely loud noise in the background. At least half of her books have been written during baseball games.
She believes great fiction mirrors life, and great life contains a little humor, so it’s difficult not to sprinkle a little funny business throughout her work. Oh…and character is everything.
She loves hearing from readers. You can find all the ways to connect with her at www.christinacoryell.com.