Orphaned and severely deformed, from her earliest moments Sarah Sims has been kept hidden away in a secret CIA facility--until an unexpected discovery gives her an opportunity to make a life for herself at last.
Now Sarah has an ally, a long-lost aunt who has discovered her true identity. Aided by this brave psychologist, twenty-year-old Sarah must find the courage to confr...more
Certainly there is love and sacrifice, but there is also the idea of identity and how our inner and outer selves affect one another. There is also the idea of taking the risk to break out of the safe, but stunted place we are in to participate in a world full of beauty and danger and the richness of emotion and...more
Sarah was born with Treacher-Collins syndrome--basically she didn't have a face. Swept away at birth, after being orphaned, to a facility operated by the CIA, she never left the facility she came to know as home.
Meanwhile, her (unknown)aunt Renee, while going through her mother's belongings, reads some documents suggesting that Renee's brother's baby was NOT stillborn, but is alive. Ren...more
The story picks up just a little way into it and throws you some twists and turns. Once I got to the part with the twists, I was truly hooked and couldn't put it down.
I recommend it.
Now that her two children have reached their twenties, Angie and her husband live in Florid...more