Sun & Moon (A Guitar Girl Romance, #1)

Sun & Moon (A Guitar Girl Romance, #1)

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by Hope Franke, Lee Strauss
     
 


Will Katja find happiness on her quest for the truth about Micah? 

There's an undeniable attraction between them, a gravitational pull they both struggle to resist. Katja can't help but fall in love.  

But Micah has a secret that could ruin everything. 

Sun & Moon: An honest

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Will Katja find happiness on her quest for the truth about Micah? 

There's an undeniable attraction between them, a gravitational pull they both struggle to resist. Katja can't help but fall in love.  

But Micah has a secret that could ruin everything. 

Sun & Moon: An honest emotional journey toward unconditional love.

More in the Guitar Girl Romance series:

Flesh & Bone

Heart & Soul

Peace & Goodwill

Themes include:

forgiveness

second chances

following your dreams

abuse

strong female leads

spiritual journey

God's love

For fans of Karen Kingsbury and Francine Rivers

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940153369822
Publisher:
ESB Publishing
Publication date:
08/08/2016
Series:
A Guitar Girl Romance , #1
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
6,655
File size:
1 MB

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Sun & Moon (A Guitar Girl Romance, #1) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 3 months ago
A fun plot, an interesting story and some lovely characters bring home the international theme of survival in a tough world. How the main character evolves, her rough past, her tough lifestyle and her love of music get a plot full of emotional strength and endurance. How she evolves as a singer/songwriter is the best part of the plot. An very satisfying read!
Anonymous 4 months ago
I loved the characters Katja and Micah. They meet under less-than-ideal circumstances (which is actually an understatement), they are real, they are flawed and they are doing their best. And in the end, they make each other better. I loved how no one fit in a stereotype. Katja comes from poverty, but she is working hard and following her dream. When her family needs her, she is there for them! Micah comes from privilege, but he is kind and gracious. He is attracted to Katja’s generosity and liveliness. I love that while Micah is physically attracted to Katja, he gets her emotionally and mentally, too! It was also fun to get a look at the indie music scene! I am definitely looking forward to reading more books in this series… Content: PG-13; there are innuendos and heavy kissing, but no premarital sex -- there is also a flashback to sexual abuse; it is definitely not for younger readers.