Fragments of Love
By Catherine Louisa McKenzie
Published by ActiveSprite Press
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Published: Nov. 27, 2012
Words: 112,930 (approximate)
Can Freya Seaton piece back the fragments of her life when a chance encounter propels her to confront the past she was hoping to forget?
Freya Seaton has a forgotten past, and that’s just how she likes it. At seventeen she abandoned her childhood home and never went back. She has forged a new life for herself with Blake, the man she loves, guiding groups through the Australian rainforest.
But now a chance encounter propels her back to England, determined to prove that the past has no power over her. But is she right, and is there anything left for her at all in the sleepy Sussex village, except misery and danger?
Can she piece the fragments back together, or will her past overwhelm her? Above all, clouded by the stories she has told herself, can she distinguish friend from enemy in time to tackle the demons she refuses to recognize, without jeopardizing her life and everything she loves?
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