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Where We Belong
Reviewed by- linda (2012/08/19, 04:48 PM)
Meeting ones' birth mother evokes many emotions – it’s awkward - it’s emotionally risky and it has the potential to cause harm to those involved. In “Where We Belong”, Griffin captures all the nuances of adoption from different perspectives; the adoptive parents, the birth mother and father and the adopted child. It’s a compassionate story with easy to relate to characters and a plot that although predictable, holds your interest. It’s also emotionally engaging and in the end a satisfying read. A must read for fans of Emily Griffin – it’s one of her best but also recommend for those that enjoy a good story, that is emotionally engaging.Back.

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