This was my review from March this year for My Baby Wrote Me A Letter: An Inspirational Women’s Fiction Short Story by Jacquie Biggar
About the book
Eight months pregnant and her Navy husband away on a mission, Grace Freeman craves the security of her childhood home in Canada.
When a letter written by her long-lost mother is found in an old writing desk it creates a tear in the fabric of her family.
Can Grace find a way to bring peace to those she loves, or will a message from the past destroy their future?
My review for My Baby Wrote Me a Letter March 11th 2021
This might be a short story but it is packed with emotion. The actions of one woman has weighed heavily on the shoulders and in the hearts of her husband and children who carry the burden of guilt and bewilderment.
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