"A child of my Own. Flesh of my flesh . . ." That is the deep yearning that fills Tess's heart. Despite years spend under a doctor's care and advances in medical technology, she and her husband have discovered their options have been exhausted, leaving them with arms empty, long-held dreams shattered. A unique opportunity arises in the form of a young pregnant teen desperate to free herself from her misguided decisions. Drawn together by their mutual needs, Tess and Sherry see a solution in what the other offers. But what appears to be an ideal agreement soon tests the fragile threads of Tess's fledgling faith.
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Tracie Peterson is the award-winning, bestselling author of over one hundred books, including the Bells of Lowell series, the Brides of Seattle series, and the Heirs of Montana series. She was awarded the 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award from American Christian Fiction Writers. Tracie lives in Montana.
AudioFile Earphones Award winner Elizabeth Wiley is a seasoned actor, dialect coach, theater professor, and dedicated narrator. She brings over twenty-five years of award-winning acting and voice experience to the studio to create memorable, compelling storytelling.
Tess and Brad Holbrook tried every possible medical treatment in her quest to become pregnant, and everything failed. Reluctant to adopt at first, Tess soon realizes thatit is the only way she'll become a mother. Through a friend, the couple learns about Sherry Macomber, a pregnant teen who plans to give her baby up for adoption if she can find the appropriate parents. Tess and Brad invite Sherry into their home and begin an emotional roller coaster ride, for Tess and Sherry clash at every turn. When tragedy strikes, Tess finally opens her heart and listens to what God has been trying to tell her about her family all along. Peterson (Treasures of the North) examines an emotional issue with sensitivity and comes up with a surprising twist that fans will treasure.
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Book Description Thorndike Press. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Ex-Library Book - will contain Library Markings. This book has a light amount of wear to the pages, cover and binding. Bookseller Inventory # G0783896565I3N10
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