REVIEW: Fading Starlight by Kathryn Cushman

Clothing designer Lauren Summers need to take some time off following a mishap with one of her designs.  Her break involves moving into an exclusive neighborhood to house sit while she works for a pittance designing costumes for a high school drama production. Lauren is trying to make the best of her circumstances but she is continually thwarted by her reclusive neighbor.  And, to make matters worse, Lauren is unsure of reporter Kendall Joiner’s motives.  Working to find her way back to the design world, Lauren plugs on and relies on God for guidance.  Sometimes God puts us in particular places for awesome reasons.

I enjoyed this new novel by Kathryn Cushman.  I’ve read several of her other books and I found this one to move right along.  I would say it’s possibly my favorite from her so far! Thanks to Bethany House for providing me an ARC for a review in my own words.

Fading Starlight

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