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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 fianci could control his anger. If only love didn't come with so many scars.
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Publication Date: 2011
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"Journey along as an unlikely meeting begets a sisterhood of the heart that unlocks the secrets of the past and ends in the purchase of one amazing red dress. Carla Stewart's fine tale will make you want to spread your wings and fly!"Lisa Wingate, National Bestselling Author of Larkspur Cove and Dandelion Summer
"While the story is heartbreaking, there is much more to this book. The lives of Mitzi and Brooke are told both in present time and with flashbacks, weaving together love, loss, tragedy and friendship. Stewart skillfully entertains and engages the reader with each character's private pain and survival skills."Romatic Times
"A memorable story, beautifully written. Set against the backdrop of Tulsa's intriguing jazz culture, Carla Stewart's Broken Wings is a captivating intergenerational tale of friendship, love, and music that surpasses the boundaries of age and time."Tina Ann Forkner, author of Ruby Among Us and Rose House
"A relevant story that explores the beauty of friendship as well as the heartache of abuse. Carla Stewart is an engaging storyteller."Susan Meissner, author of The Shape of Mercy
"With apt descriptions and artful prose, Stewart delves in the vibrant, jazzy 1940s, at the same time creating a true-to-life present. Moving between the two time periods, readers discover what everlasting love is, and how strong a woman must be to recognize it."Christina Berry, award-winning author of The Familiar Stranger
"I smiled through my tears as I read Broken Wings. Those of us who have been abused can cheer for Brooke, who stands up and fights with what she has: friendship and the love of God. Keep writing Carla. We need the voice of hope.Shelley Adina, author of the All About Us series
"A gripping tale of friendship under turbulent circumstances, Broken Wings is told with Carla Stewart's poignancy and skill in storytelling."Alice Wisler, author of Rain Song (Christy Finalist 2009), How Sweet It Is (Christy Finalist 2010), and Hatteras Girl
"Stewart writes about powerful and basic emotions with a restraint that suggests depth and authenticity; the relationship between Sammie and her mother Rita, the engine that drives the plot, is beautifully and delicately rendered. Coming-of-age stories are a fiction staple, but well-done ones much rarer. This emotionally acute novel is one of the rare ones."Publishers Weekly on Chasing Lilacs
"Chasing Lilacs is the kind of coming of age story that sticks to you beyond the last page. Unforgettable characters, surprising plot twists, and a setting so southern you'll fall in love with Texas. Carla Stewart is a new talent to watch!"Mary E. DeMuth, author of Daisy Chain and A Slow Burn
"Prepare to laugh, cry, and pray as you inhale each poignant word of this stunning debut novel. Simply unforgettable!"Patti Lacy, author of An Irishwoman's Tale, 2008 Forward Magazine Book of the Year Finalist, and What the Bayou Saw, on Chasing Lilacs