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Never Forget You by Fiona Lucas

A Beautiful Love

Never Forget You by Fiona Lucas is a powerful contemporary novel about love. It is a love that just sinks into your heart and soul. It is also about grief and finding yourself.

There is a great love that is selfless and just keeps on giving. Sometimes you meet a person and you just know that they are your soulmate.

With grief comes guilt. There is a guilt about things left undone. This guilts blindfolds a soul to all the good they have done.

We see characters who have unique gifts that need nurturing and not squashing. We see that these gifts can make a soul feel really alive.

Family is important. Family loves us and sometimes knows us better than we know ourselves.

There are the difficult themes of gaslighting and love bombing. The reader recognizes these from the outset, and our heart breaks for a character. We are crying out for an already fragile soul as the person becomes even more lost.

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The Last Goodbye by Fiona Lucas

Serenely Beautiful

The Last Goodbye by Fiona Lucas is the most beautiful contemporary novel about love and loss and life. Fiona Lucas words sunk deep into my heart and soul. I was enchanted by the whole book. It was serenely beautiful.

The book is about loss. “I’m not sure how I go on living and breathing without you.” This loss is painful. It hurts and it keeps on hurting. It is hard to see anything but searing pain ahead.

This tale is also about “wisps of hopes and dreams.” There is hope for the future but we need to start with baby steps.

When loss consumes we need to be able to talk to someone about it. If we bottle it up we merely push the pain down and it will manifest itself in other ways.

Grief takes time. There is no roadmap out of grief. It takes as long as it takes. It meanders where it will. One day the sun will rise again.

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