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Her Daughter's Dream by Francine Rivers
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Aug 13, 11

really liked it
bookshelves: christian, forgiveness, friendship, mother-daughter-relationship
Recommended to Meagan by: Tyndale Summer Reading Program
Recommended for: Book Group, Fiction fans, Young Adults, Adults
Read on January 01, 2011 , read count: 1


By Francine Rivers

What drives us to push away those who love us the most? This multi-generational story delves into the dangers of tough love and its far reaching affects.

What Marta did out of love for her daughter Hildemara has far reaching consequences that affect the third and fourth generation. Carolyn, Hildemara’s daughter, feeling that her parents lack of attention is due to a lack of love looks for love in all the wrong places. As a result Carolyn becomes a single mom to May Flower Dawn. But Dawn’s birth does not bring the mothers and daughters closer, instead it brings a fourth generation into the ever widening rift.

When she is older Dawn sees the hurt that her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother suffer while being unable to let the other know the love they feel for the other. Can Dawn figure out how to bridge the gap between her Mother and Grandmother so that they can all discover the love that’s been there all along? Or will a fifth generation be caught up in the rift as well?

Her Daughter’s Dream is the conclusion of the 2 book series Marta’s Legacy. Taking up the story in 1951 it continues through to the present day. Celebrate the joys and sorrow in the tragedies as Marta’s legacy is discovered!

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