Friday Finds: The Folded World

The Folded World

The Folded World by Amity Gaige

Friday Finds

Friday Finds is hosted by Should Be Reading.

Here’s the blurb from the publisher:

When Charlie Shade and Alice Bussard find each other, neither is prepared for the powerful, aching feeling of love that unites them. After falling for the cheerful and empathetic young man, Alice asks God: “Please, leave us alone. Leave us just like this.” But as their relationship evolves, and their family grows with the addition of twin girls, so too does Charlie’s career as a social worker. Drawn to people in crisis, Charlie struggles to remain neutral when dealing with the troubled souls he meets. But as boundaries begin to blur and temptations arise at work and at home, Charlie and Alice head toward an emotional collision that will challenge their marriage in ways they never thought possible.

I forget where I first saw this but it sounds like it’s filled with a lot of internal conflict. Isn’t the cover lovely? What did you find this week?

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19 thoughts on “Friday Finds: The Folded World”

  1. Believe it or not, but I saw this title and had dejavu, then looked at my HUGE TBR list and found it on there from like three years ago. It was very well-reviewed by EW when it first came out. It is one thing to read the review, write it down and move on, and it is something else to see that beautiful cover. I’m thinking I need to move it up on my priorities!

  2. The cover is beautiful! I would be happy to have the book just to display on my table! But the story promises all kinds of drama and sounds very intriguing and intense, which is something I like.
    A wonderful find Ti, thank you!

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