The Poppy Field (by Deborah Carr) … dual time line book full of growth and self discovery

I enjoy dual time line books and the fact that this one was set during WWI was a new experience for me. I enjoyed the part of the story that focused on that time period because I have not read many books about WWI. This was a romance book, but not sick syrupy sweet.

I loved the trip back in time through the 100-year-old hidden letters that are discovered in the process of renovating a french farmhouse. It was fun to uncover the various similarities between the female characters as they were revealed. This story was emotional, devastating, encouraging, and full of growth and self discovery. The lesson that love can develop and grow during times of crisis is something we need to frequently be reminded.

Thank you to NetGalley and HarperImpulsive Books for my advanced review copy. All opinions and thoughts are my own.

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