From Her Mother’s arms by Kim Terry

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From Her Mother’s Arms

From Her Mother’s Arms 4.57  ·  Rating details  ·  7 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Mona Lisa, abandoned at birth and renamed “Rona” by a couple claiming to be her birth parents. When she turns seven, she finds out from the woman’s sister that the Fergusons have not only been lying to her but, also, that their sudden deaths have helped to close the “Case of the Missing ‘Mona Lisa’.” When the aunt dies and leaves Rona alone, her death catapults the girl in Mona Lisa, abandoned at birth and renamed “Rona” by a couple claiming to be her birth parents. When she turns seven, she finds out from the woman’s sister that the Fergusons have not only been lying to her but, also, that their sudden deaths have helped to close the “Case of the Missing ‘Mona Lisa’.” When the aunt dies and leaves Rona alone, her death catapults the girl into the foster-care system until a soft-spoken man at a support group leads her to a place of peace and, quite possibly, reunion.

Bo, older brother of Sybil Stevens, has remained his sister’s closest confidante throughout their lives. When “Sister” turns up pregnant, he finds out that the baby’s father is none other than his high-school buddy, Damon, a rakish quarterback with a score to settle.

Damon has caught his girlfriend with his arch nemesis, Jett Davis. When Prom Night rolls around, he invites Jett Davis’s innocent ex-girlfriend, Sybil, to Prom. Clueless about the “footprint” he has left behind, he finds his memory drifting to one reckless night in 1950. When he flies in to attend the funeral of another friend from high-school, he crosses paths with a distraught green-eyed woman at a gas station.

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