About All My Dogs Go To Heaven
New from Kay!
Do dogs go to heaven? Do dogs have souls? Both are common questions, especially among those who’ve lost furry family members and can’t bear the thought of never seeing them again.
Kay Bratt explores these ideas in All (my) Dogs Go to Heaven. Touching on relevant Biblical scriptures, she chronicles her tumultuous past— including a traveling childhood and a near decade of domestic abuse— revealing how her beloved pets helped her cope ...
Kay Bratt writes women’s fiction, historical fiction, and small town mysteries. Her books have fueled many exciting book club discussions and have made it into the hands of more than a million readers across the world.
Kay Bratt, Uncensored
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Praise for Kay's Books
“Kay Bratt beautifully draws the story of a daughter returning to Maui—the enchanted land that she believes holds the key to her past—where she unlocks a promising future she never could have imagined. …True to Me is the ultimate escape.”
—Kristy Woodson Harvey, bestselling author of Slightly South of Simple
“Nothing like a harrowing, life-threatening, and completely unplanned hike through Yosemite’s backcountry to make you face years of grief and guilt head on. Kay Bratt pulls this off masterfully in Dancing with the Sun, an emotional mother-daughter tale of love, forgiveness, and renewal.”
—Kerry Lonsdale, Amazon Charts and Wall Street Journal bestselling author
“[Dancing with the Sun is] a baring-of-the-soul emotional story that leaves you with a heart full of love and hope.”
—Carolyn Brown, New York Times bestselling author
“Best friends Quinn and Maggie have spent the past year trying to outrun dangers from their pasts—one a stalker, the other family secrets. In this page-turning drama, Bratt has created two strong, dynamic female characters who readers will be sure to root for."
—Amanda Prowse, bestselling author of The Girl in the Corner
“Wish Me Home has all the trademarks of a Kay Bratt novel: a heartwarming story that nourishes the soul, beloved characters, and a plot that kept me turning pages. Without shying away from the harshness of life, Bratt has managed to create a world in which kindness and goodness prevail.”
—Karen McQuestion, bestselling author of Hello Love
“No Place Too Far is Kay Bratt at her best. …Once again, Bratt tackles complex contemporary issues with remarkable agility and compassion, and it’s an absolute pleasure to be along for this ride. ...I forgot all about errands and laundry and the minivan and soaked up Hawaii, in all its glorious heritage and beauty.”