REVIEW: The Sweet Smell of Magnolias and Memories by Celeste Fletcher McHale


The Sweet Smell of Magnolias and Memories

Jacey and Colin found themselves stranded on a rooftop during a flood.  Rescued, Jacey along with Lily and her four children experience a second trauma on their way to the emergency center.  It takes Jacey a year to recover and that is where the story begins.  PTSD plagues Jacey as she tries to put back her memory of all the events.  Colin, too, was later rescued.  His experience drew him closer to helping out others, but he ignores the requests of his parents to mend things at home.

Once Jacey’s memory begins to return and sort itself out, she is on a quest to right the sadness of the past year.  Circumstances for Colin explode as well and he needs to set things straight, too.

Thanks to Thomas Nelson for providing me with an ARC for a review in my own words.

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