Fragments of Light (by Michèle Phoenix)

I enjoy reading historical fiction books that are set during WWII. And while part of this book occurs in that time period, it is a dual timeline book. Not much focus is placed on the past. This is an emotional read on many levels. Experiencing Ceelie’s cancer treatments and then having her husband walk away from their 24-year marriage right after has rung the bell that she is cancer free is heartwrenching. And then Ceelie takes on the challenge of helping Darlene find out about her father. This is a story of pain, loss, friendship, and purpose. There is a twist of mystery and a touch of romance. You will experience so many emotions as you journey through the pages of this wonderfully written sage.

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

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