Painted Skies

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Nova Denver was accustomed to divining the future; but her foresight could not prepare her for the shocking secret of her adoption. An adventurer and ethnobotanist, she searched the world for medicinal plants; now, she must find her biological family. Searching across time, continents and convention, she discovers an unimaginable legacy forged in pain, sanctioned with love, and cemented by God. More

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About Sue Simonich

Born in Salt Lake City, Sue Simonich grew up exploring Utah. Her ancestors pioneered the state in 1847. Her writing is inspired by the majestic mountains and red rock country, where there is an ever changing palette of color and culture. She attended the University of Utah and earned a BA in Art History. An avid historian and student of horticulture, she is interested in a wide range subjects. Currently, she is working on several projects, both fiction and non-fiction and has published web sites, blogs and books on family history. She lives in the Great Northwest with her husband.

NOTE: The latest copy of "Painted Skies" has a slightly updated title. "God's Painted Skies." Revisions uploaded in July of 2013.

NEWSFLASH: 'Painted Skies' has attained finalist status in the 2013 Readers' Favorites writing contest. UPDATE: 'Painted Skies' has been advanced in the finalist category as of July 8th 2013. The winners will be announced on September 1, 2013. Stay tuned.


Review by: Nancy Fornataro on Sep. 18, 2012 :
This is one amazing book! The images it presents to the reader are truly wonderful. I felt as if I were in the middle of the action all the time. As well, the plot is unusual, winding around so you're not sure what will happen next!! Well worth the read. Hats off to the author!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Sylva Coppock on May 12, 2012 :
I enjoyed this book very much, even though it was somewhat out of my "comfort zone." I didn't know what to expect, and was very pleasantly surprised to find that I enjoyed something far from the Civil War history and run-of-the-mill mysteries that I normally read. I'll be looking forward to Sue Simonich's next book.
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