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Reviewed by Peggy Jo Wipf for Readers' Favorite
Fragments That Fit by Aria Glazki is an emotional read that will have you crying one moment and cheering for Shoshana the next. One job ended in a disaster, leaving Shoshana Glass and her impressive degree on the shelf. When she finally gets a job interview, she is dismissed before it even begins. Even more infuriating is that the drunk who tried to pick her up the night before is Luc Davin, the man interviewing her. Luc decides to hire Shoshana as his personal assistant instead. She is at his beck and call 24/7. He makes the most unreasonable demands. He pushes her to the limits, but to what purpose? Is his desire to make her quit or make her hate him?
I found Fragments That Fit well-laced with an undercurrent of hidden motives that kept me engaged. Aria Glazki skillfully keeps you guessing what drives her characters. There is no need for Luc to hire a personal assistant than the apparent need to make someone suffer while doing distasteful jobs. The characters clash with a great amount of drama between, them bringing them alive within the pages. At first glance, this novel appears to be about a couple that quarrels until that emotion does a 360. The author digs deeper into grief and self-acceptance when her characters struggle with events in their past. Finding forgiveness for yourself is difficult at best when you feel no one else will forgive you. I highly recommend this novel for the romantic sparks and building a deeper relationship.