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Stars in a Bottle

The Edenville Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Robin Rowan
Series: Edenville, Book 3
Length: 5 hrs and 23 mins
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Publisher's Summary

When you focus on one thing, one person, and one goal you'll do just about anything to make it happen.

Frankie Cooper has grown up surrounded by her outrageous family in the small town of Edenville, North Carolina. The problem with growing up with a suffocating family is that even though her 18th birthday is behind her they still don't see her as an adult.

But when she's finally in the arms of the man she's been dreaming about, none of that matters. She's been in love with Maxwell for years and nothing will get in the way of starting her life with him. She only needs to prove to her family that she's capable, and then they'll learn to let her go. Will she finally convince her family she's ready to be on her own or will she come crashing back to reality and realize she's thrown a match on the bridge that should lead her back home?

The Edenville Series:

Book 1: Flowers in the Snow Book 2: Kiss in the Wind Book 3: Stars in a Bottle

©2015 Danielle Stewart (P)2016 Danielle Stewart

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Very original

This book was really nice in the fact it dealt with a topic others haven't delved into. The plight of those living on reservations and trying to keep their culture alive and also their bodies. There is murder mystery, eye opening thoughts of how some Native American's still struggling with the past of their people. The narrator was o.k. She had weird voices for the guys, all nasal not masculine at all. But her words are clear and concise. I really don't like hearing the spit in her mouth though. It's faint, bit it's like a nagging background noise I noticed the whole time. Despite that this book is well worth the read and listen.

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This is the first I read of this Author ,I really enjoyed the story,Frankie is 18 and wanting to find her way in life ,leaving home to find the truth of what happened to the girl who was murdered 17years before,(touch's on Native American Culture) for her journalistic career and to be with her boyfriend.While Frankie is looking for the truth she finds herself growing up in more ways than one .

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  • Sam
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  • 05-09-17

From history to today

This book turns away from the history you learned in the first two books and looks at life today for one of the characters. It's a great book and shows how growth can shift the outcomes and desires. It also displays a great sense of unconditional love and support that every family should have.