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A handsome stranger. A broken marriage. And a choice that could change her life forever.
Mom-of-three Sadie Rollins-Lancaster struggles with a crumbling marriage she had hoped to salvage. Though her husband, Theo, initiated the divorce, he’s now having a change of heart that’s difficult to reconcile as he fights against PTSD demons within.
When a chance encounter with a stranger resurrects emotions in Sadie, she never expected to feel again. Her world is turned upside down. Will Sadie find the courage to shape her own future? Will Theo resolve his internal struggles and win Sadie back?
Rewrite the Stars is an honest, moving portrayal of life and love that reminds us how much of our happiness lies within our own grasp. If you like heartwarming stories about love, loss, and redemption, then you’ll love Christina Consolino’s debut novel.
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Finalist – Ohio Writers Association Great Novel Contest 2020
“…a touching story about love with all the odds against it.” –Ann Garvin, USA Today bestselling author of I Like You Just Fine When You’re Not Around
“Christina Consolino spins a bittersweet tale of love and loss, tearful endings, and exciting new beginnings.” –Lori Nelson Spielman, New York Times bestselling author of The Life List
“A fabulous read that will keep you intrigued until the very end.” –J.E. Irvin, author of The Strange Disappearance of Rose Stone
“The story, told expertly by Consolino through the voices of Sadie and Theo, is emotionally gripping and touching, creating deep connection and sympathy for the reader with both characters” –Elena Mikalsen, author of Wrapped In The Stars
“Rewrite the Stars gives the reader an insider’s view of a marriage in the midst of falling apart.” —Karri L. Moser, author of A Home for The Windswept
“An absorbing read, from start to finish.” –Anne Valente, author of The Desert Sky Before Us
“A slow burn of a novel, with flames licking higher page by page. This beautiful and eloquent novel explores… depth, grace, empathy, and intimacy.” –Erin Flanagan, author of It’s Not Going to Kill You and Other Stories