Prairie Star is the story of a young man trying to find love after having his heart crushed by a longtime love. It’s not all romance, however. Oh no, not at all. This young man is also a new music producer, and he has to deal with his sister’s crazy band along the way. He also buys a house (one I would love to own myself, in case you care to know), and really, there are just plenty of twists and turns along the way. The book is well written, believable, and you don’t feel overwhelmed by the romantic aspects of the story. The main character struggles through very real issues, which many people can relate to. All in all, I loved this book. The reason I gave it four stars instead of five was that I felt the ending was abrupt. Everything came together a bit too quickly and I was left with a good few unanswered questions. Besides that, I could not find another flaw with this book, even if I tried. I would suggest Prairie Star to anyone who likes a good light romance with a heavy dose of true personal conflict. It’s a heart warming tale that I’m positive you will fall in love with.
*This review was done by Chelsea*