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Invisible Thread follows the lives of two families as they move through life and, through an unknown force, are being drawn together. Was there anything from your own life that you put into the characters in your novel?
A great deal of my autobiography is in the book. Part 1 is what I wish my life had been (minus the rape of Lindsay) and was inspired by a genuine friendship that is love but overcomes. Great obstacles. Part two is my true autobiography in the first three chapters. These events happened when I was a young child. The children’s and grandchildren’s experiences were based on some of my own children’s experiences, and some were made up.
What were themes vital for you to explore in this book?
The power of true love, no matter how impossible, can sustain the many challenges it has to overcome. This overcoming of life’s challenges was where the paranormal powers of Evan and Otelia came in.
What is the next book you are working on, and when will it be available?
My sequel,” The Cure,” is in process. The same characters are in the book, but an unpleasant character is redeemed this time through his battle with terminal cancer.
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Posted by Literary Titan
Invisible Thread by Heather Koelle is a fantasy novel about how the lives of two families intersect. An unplanned pregnancy leads to marriage between the daughter of a wealthy doctor and a blue-collar worker. Despite disapproval from their families, Suzanna Wilkes and Weston Granger’s love for each other is strong. The years pass, and they welcome children and grandchildren to their families. However, Helen Charlesworth’s childhood is filled with difficulties, and as an adult, her marriage is not happy. So when reconnecting with her college sweetheart, will it bring her happiness or heartache? And how will the invisible thread ultimately connect these two families?
This book had an interesting structure. The first part of the book is about Suzanna and Weston’s life, and the next part of the book is about Helen’s life. Then at the end of the book, the two storylines merge. I liked seeing the contrast between the two women’s lives. Each had trials they had to overcome, and it was interesting to see how they reacted to different situations. In addition, I liked how the book showed multiple generations of the two families. The story followed Suzanna and Weston from their first meeting to marrying and starting a family, then watching their children grow into adults and begin their own lives. For Helen, the author started with her childhood, then marriage and having children, and ended with watching those children grow up, marry, and create their own families.
Invisible Thread is a captivating fantasy romance that will have readers eager to see how these two families are connected.
Pages: 286 | ASIN : B09JWSM3KS
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