Saturday, August 31, 2013
Review: Broken Wings by:Carla Stewart
About the Book:
Onstage, the singing duo of Gabe and Mitzi Steiner captured America's heart for more than two decades. Offstage, their own hearts have throbbed as one for sixty years. Only now, Gabe has retreated into the tangles of Alzheimer's, leaving Mitzi to ponder her future alone.
On the other side of Tulsa, everyone believes Brooke Woodson has found the perfect man--a handsome lawyer with sights on becoming Tulsa's next District Attorney. If only Brooke felt more sure. If only her fiancé could control his anger. If only love didn't come with so many scars.
When an accident lands Brooke in the hospital where Mitzi volunteers, the two women quickly develop an unlikely friendship birthed by providence and bathed in grace. And with Mitzi's help, kindness, and insight, Brooke learns how to pick up the broken pieces of her life.
This book is a very touching one. One that can be dealt with in many different ways and incurring several different emotions on both ends of the spectrum. It deals with abusive relationships and also the love between a couple that will never be severed even by Alzheimer's. This book starts to take a dramatic turn when these two women together heal the broken pieces left by these two relationships.
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher.