I really enjoyed this latest book by Jane Porter. It grabs you by the heart and doesn't let go. Alison is going through the motions of life, not really living or dealing with her grief. When her father has an accident, she goes to help out, only to find he's in a better place emotionally than she is. But while visiting him at the retirement community, she learns a lot about him--and herself. A chance bond with a woman there gives her purpose and a reason to live again. In learning this woman's past during WWII, Ali takes a side trip to Berlin, and pieces so much together. This journey for Ali is transcending, and it changes not only her future, but her raison D'être, and opens her heart for possibility.
This is a must-read for summer. Jane Porter's writing is compelling and has one hanging on till the end. This book gives hope and light in the darkest of days.
I was provided a copy by the publisher for my honest review.