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    All Three Stories Touched My Heart!

    This was such a heart warming anthology. All three authors had their own Mother's Heart story to tell. Sharon Sala starts it off with "The Promise". It is heart wrenching at times but really gooey and sweet too. The kids in this book are amazing. It is a charming story of love lost and then found. The journey of Libby, Sam and Sammy is amazingly depicted. One of my favourite authors, Isabel Sharpe writes about a parent and child finding each other in "You Belong To Me." This story was so realistic since as adults we all struggle with prioritizing what is important: work, family and/or our passions. The way Maggie and Grant find each other again and their back story is so endearing. On the other hand, Clara is rather entertaining and incredibly intuitive. This story won my heart! The third story "A Daughter's Journey" by Linda Cardillo, I was hesitant to read. When I saw 1975 and that it was a two part story with each part being long, it didn't incite my interest. However, once I got started, I could not stop. The writing makes you feel like, you are right in the midst of Vietnam past and present. All the descriptions were so vivid that my imagination took off. More than the daughter's journey, it was Melanie's journey. The male character, Phil, had very small appearances but his influence was lasting. Linda Cardillo just became another one of my favourites! If you are looking for a book that is introspective, reflective, real, feel good, thought provoking and resurrects your belief in love, then this is the one for you!
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