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" i fear no fate(for you are my fate,my sweet)…" Painted against the backdrop of e.e.cummings poetry, Chopin's Nocturnes, and the unleashed passions of the times, River of Forgiveness is a coming-of-age story set at the close of the Second World War. Eighteen-year-old Sydney Archumbault's chance encounter with an older British stranger awakens her longings to the exuberant power of her one true love, forever altering the course of her life. Intrigued by this educated, artistic man, whom she later discovers is an escapee from an internment camp, Sydney impulsively embarks into a complex and tumultuous relationship, finding herself embroiled in a love that can never be.
K. Lorraine Kiidumae is a graduate of the Humber College School of Creative & Performing Arts. Her work has appeared in various anthologies and literary magazines in the UK, USA, and Canada. She works from her home in the small seaside resort of Nanoose Bay off the Ballenas-Winchelsea archipelago on the eastern shore of central Vancouver Island. She is currently pursuing her Master of Arts (MA) in Creative and Critical Writing with the University of Gloucestershire (UK). River of Forgiveness is her first book.