I am so excited to be taking part in Faith's blog tour. She is releasing her first book, Dandelion Dust. Faith is such an amazing writer, and am so privileged to not only know her from the writing community, but to have had the chance to beta read for her as well.
Guys, this book is amazing. When I first started to read Dandelion Dust, it was probably best that I didn't read it as soon as I got my e-copy. As soon as I started reading, I had this feeling of deja vu. One of the character's had an experience just like one of my aunts. She had just gotten in an ATV accident a day or two before I started reading this book. One of the important supporting character's was in an ATV accident and was in the hospital for most of the story. The whole time I was reading this book, I had to continue on. I connected with it right away, and the characters were adorable. The story is not only realistic, but shows you a side that many books often don't go over. How you work through your difficulties together as a family, trusting God (no matter how hard it can be) in times of struggle.
All that to say that you should pick up a copy. If you love sweet romance, family, and stories of relationships that work through hardship, than you need to give Dandelion Dust a try.
Like a speck of dandelion dust riding the tides of a prairie wind, life is fleeting. Though I never realized just how fragile it was until that day . . .
Charity always had a dream. It was simple, really. Find a guy, fall in love, and get married.
The day she met Ryder, Charity knew he was the man God had chosen for her. But she never expected their relationship to be tested and tried through the fires of a freak accident. Suddenly, her world is thrown into chaos, and the bleak, white walls and sterile smells of a city hospital fill every spare minute. And then there comes the dreaded news. It was likely Ryder would never make it out of the hospital bed.
As her carefully laid plans for the future come crashing down around her and the sun seems to set on her dreams, can Charity still find hope in the dark of night?
Like a dandelion, life is beautiful. But treasure every moment. . . . for one day, the flower will be gone.
About the Authoress: Faith is a teenage writer, living with her family and beloved yellow labs in the southeastern US. When she's not writing stories, consuming large amounts of coffee, reading books, or creating pottery, she can be found laughing harder than is healthy, daydreaming, and of course, blowing dandelions.
She blogs at http://fireflysstoryspace.blogspot.com/