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The Birth Mother

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On a business trip, a high-powered fifty-six-year-old American entrepreneur visits his partners in China. After their meeting, his Asian mentor invites him to an orphanage, a trip that will change the course of his family’s life forever. Without hesitation, he and his wife fall in love with Anglo/Asian twin girls and become their adoptive parents. The children grow up in a

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Kindle Edition, 338 pages
Published September 17th 2019 by Archway Publishing
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Beth Ann Ditkoff
Dec 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The Birth Mother is a fictional account of an older American couple who adopt twin Chinese infant girls. The focus of the novel is not about the children, but rather their adoptive and biological parents. Told through alternating perspectives, both in the USA and China, the story twists through the birth mother's life events as well as the adoptive parents' experiences. The book is layered with interesting themes of cultural differences between China and the USA, and various religious viewpoints ...more
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