Divide The Child

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A mother's worst nightmare. . .her child is snatched. The kidnapper is the child's real mother. Or is she? It has been six years since they rescued their adopted daughter. Will Julie and Rick Sierra now lose everything including their precious little girl in a custody suit? More

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Words: 83,140
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301410552
About Karen Robbins

KAREN ROBBINS is a freelance writer, author, and speaker. She and her husband are travel addicts and stop by home in the Cleveland area of Ohio on occasion to repack the suitcases. Her stories are often inspired by adventures in many different parts of the world.
Along the writing adventure, Karen has penned many stories for other books including A Scrapbook of Christmas Firsts, coauthored with Cathy Messecar, Brenda Nixon, Trish Berg, Leslie Wilson, and Terra Hangen. Travel articles, essays on grandparenting, and some of her short stories can be found in various magazines both online and in print.
While the world is fun to explore, Karen most likes to spend time with her eight grandchildren. They offer the greatest adventures of all.
Follow Karen’s travels at her blog, Writer’s Wanderings.

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Review by: Deborah Atkinson on Feb. 02, 2017 :
The author did an absolutely amazing job of creating the snakelike Sebrena readers can hate with a passion. The adoptive parents also are crafted expertly. Anyone who has longed to be a parent will easily identify with both Rick and Julie. Wynne is a likeable character, although not all that believable as a politician because few politicians display true loyalty or a need to do what is right, but perhaps that's one of the elements that keeps the reader from being able to put this book down. Readers with a basic knowledge of scriptures will foresee the ending. Formatting, grammatical and timing errors sometimes get in the way, but overall an enjoyable tale that forces the reader to ponder and think.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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