About the Book:
Wow. Gina Holmes crafts novels that are painfully exquisite in detail and emotion, and she has done her best work with her newest release. "Wings of Glass" presents a heroine so fragile that you'll be tempted to hold the book in careful hands, lest she shatter.
Penny is merely searching for that special someone, a man who will love her because he chooses to. Raised by a distant father, she is easy prey for Trent Taylor, a trouble-maker any Momma could spot coming a mile away.
It was painful to watch what Penny endured, and I have to admit I inwardly cheered a little when Trent was injured. Enter Callie Mae and Fatimah, two feisty Southern ladies who are polar opposites in every way but one: their desire to help Penny.
Told in first person from Penny's point of view, "Wings of Glass" packs a powerful message of hope to the abused and neglected woman. Penny reminded me of a caterpillar, struggling out of her cocoon and to transform into a butterfly. She needs just enough help, but not too much lest her wings not support her when the time is right.
Fatimah is a hoot...rough around the edges, but just the person to push Penny to become her true self. We can all use a friend like her...we just don't realize she's being friendly sometimes! And Callie Mae is a dear...so tender hearted and generous, but fragile in her own way.
The ending will surprise you, so don't peek. Trust me...you'll be tempted to sneak a look at the last chapter, but don't ruin the story for yourself. Instead, savor every word and let the truth in the story seep into your bones. Then go out and be Fatimah or Callie Mae to someone in need.
I received a copy of "Wings of Glass" from Tyndale through CFBA in exchange for an honest review. A sneak peek first chapter will be coming your way soon, so watch for it. "Wings of Glass" is available now and is highly recommended.
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