A bit of a slower paced read, I was delighted to find out that it is a companion to a previous book by this author, The Hatmaker's Heart. It was a pleasant experience revisiting a handful of familiar faces and meeting new ones along the way.
Mittie Humphreys has a thirst for adventure, and at times struggles under the responsibilities of her family's horse farm. She has a passion for horses and flying, pushing the limits at times. She is swept into the exhilarating world of flying, while fighting to balance her duties and her passions.
I loved the colorful characters, vibrant and flawed, like Calista and others. I really liked how her father lives his beliefs, even when it hurts.
In the end, this was a pleasant read, though at times slower and it seemed to go from one event to another, with a softer plot thread, showing characters as they showed themselves to Mittie in their varying shades of good and bad. I think that some characters I would have liked to see spend more time together, just simply because I liked them, and I wished that some threads had more of a solid satisfying conclusion, as well as a stronger focus on faith. A slow burn, but enjoyable nonetheless.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
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