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I'm adopted'

Zora Bridgeforth can’t believe her eyes. Still reeling from the sudden deaths of her beloved parents, she was looking for her mother’s bridal veil when she found the hidden truth. Now, with her own wedding just months away, Zora feels adrift--unsure of who she is and where she belongs. So she vows to find her biological family, even if it means putting her heal
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Paperback, 368 pages
Published June 1st 2006 by Lift Every Voice
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I have just started reading Ms. McCollors books. She has a way of making you feel as though you are the character. Her storyline is very well written and I love how the character is looking to God for guidance.
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This book was very slow in the beginning. I found myself wanting to quit reading it but it turned out to be inspirational. I like to take something away from each book. I learnt that it can be an amazing thing to have a set of good friends. Towards the end I started to enjoy it more. This book depicts what a lot of us single christian women go through on a daily basis...good read!
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Powerful. I was reminded what a blessing sisterhood can be.
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THIS WAS A LITTLE HARD TO GET INTO, BUT TURNED OUT TO BE OK
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Tia McCollors used to dream of being a television news anchor, but her destiny led her behind the pages instead of in front of the cameras. After earning a degree in Journalism and Mass Communications from UNC-Chapel Hill, she went on to build a successful career in the public relations industry. In 1999, a job layoff prompted Tia to discover and pursue a writing career as an author. Following the ...more
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