Reviewed by Dayna Davis, Staff Writer

All the Stars in Heaven by Michele Paige Holmes. Published by Covenant Communications, Inc.

Jay Kendrich has tried to move on, to get over Jane, to focus on something else in his life. But he has little interest in girls. Until he hears one particular girl playing the piano. He goes to investigate and strike up a friendly conversation, but is assaulted from behind for his trouble. When he comes to, the girl is nowhere to be seen, and neither is his attacker. Obviously, getting to know Sarah Morgan is not going to be easy.

I really liked this book. I read the author's first book 'Counting Stars', but it was a long time ago. This story, Jay's story, builds on the previous book and I didn't remember much when I started it. But I didn't need to. It was easy to catch up and the author tells you everything that you need to know in order to enjoy this one. 'All the Stars in Heaven' is an interesting story, different than anything I've read in some time. It's suspenseful, romantic and intriguing. I found it difficult to put down once I started reading it.