By Nancy Stephan
They belong to each other, Nancy and Nicole–mother and daughter. They’re two halves of a whole, two facets of the same breath–until the day Nicole exhales. . . and never inhales again.
After the death of her daughter, and quickly losing her own battle with grief, Nancy decides to move from the house she can no longer bear to live in. While packing, she comes across a box in the attic. Inside this box, Nancy uncovers treasures she didn’t know existed and evidence that her and her daughter’s lives had been more divinely entwined than she could’ve imagined.
The Truth About Butterflies is a true story of grief, hope, and transformation, and a single enduring truth: Life cannot be restrained by death.
This is a wonderful true story about a mother’s faith, her love for her daughter and their struggle together, then ultimately alone. I loved this book. It was wonderfully written. Having a daughter of my own I can’t begin to imagine the courage and strength it took to write this. It made me cry and touched my heart. It made me take the extra time with my daughter and just hold her tight.
I would recommended this book for anyone who wants there heart to be touched by an amazing woman who would do anything for her daughter.