The Light at Dawn by K. L. Montgomery is a five star novel. I really wish there was more stars I could give this book. Within the first couple minutes of reading this book, I was already in tears. As a teacher, this book was very difficult to read because of the sensitive material contained in this book. But I also believe that the topics we don’t talk about will only continue to get worse. After Angelia suffers a terrible tragedy, her marriage also falls apart. Five years later, she meets another man who she can’t seem to get out of her mind. After realizing they have some very deep core values that differ from each other, she starts to distance herself from him. But after he has also recently suffered his deepest loss, Angelia and Mark rekindle a little flame and see each other only at the rallies they go to on different sides of the fence. Can they find common ground or will they be at odds forever?
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