How do you know a book is good? For me it is when you go through wave after wave of emotions when reading it. ‘Picking up the Pieces’ did this for me. It was so well put together, I could hardly believe it when ‘villains’ won me over, and I wanted to throttle the heroine. I started out thinking that the subject matter was a bit heavy, but the characters are depicted in such a relatable way that I found myself sympathizing with each complex situation. Paula Vince does an amazing job of drawing you into each heartbreaking predicament, as well as portraying the power of love and forgiveness.
About the Book:
“One terrible decision leads to another and the Parker and Quinlan families find out what it means to be in total despair.
In a moment of recklessness, Blake Quinlan does something he never should. The bitter consequences of his impulse will reverberate through the rest of his life unless he learns to deal with his past.
Without warning, Claire Parker’s life shatters. One horrific event leads to a choice that she can never forget. She must find a source of strength and forgiveness to help her recover or she will never again be the happy person she once was.
Moving forward, there is still a ray of hope. A triumphant story about forgiveness, new beginnings and the power of love.”
About the Author
Award winning Australian author, PAULA VINCE, loves to evoke tears and laughter through writing fiction. She has a passion to provide inspiring stories that highlight her own beautiful country.