REVIEW: Child of Mine by David & Beverly Lewis


Kelly Maines has searched for over 8 years for the daughter that her estranged (and now deceased) husband sold out from under her. Jack Livingston cares for his young niece upon the death of his brother and sister-in-law. There’s also Laura Mast and Aunt San who provide other mother figures in the book. Kelly’s private investigator finds Jack’s niece and believes he has finally made the genetic connection. There are sins of omission in the story and need to be sorted out The book teaches what it means to be born of the heart.

Thanks to Bethany House for the advance copy for review.

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