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My Mother's Child

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From bestselling author Abrams comes a riveting tale about a vulnerable woman who seeks solace in her church, and becomes the object of a dangerous stalker's affections.
Paperback, 274 pages
Published March 1st 2010 by Urban
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It was an okay read, quite predictable, and wasn't fond of the ending. However I loved the author's previous work called divorcing the devil.

I plan to read her other book available in the library I work in and purchased a copy.

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Dec 19, 2010 rated it liked it

Lyric Stokes is married to a prominent doctor. Blessed beyond her means, she is able to devote her time to charities, while seeing to the day to day of her household. What Lyric wants more then anything is to be able to have another child. Her daughter, Autumn, is awesome, but it would be nice to have more children around.

Unbeknownst to Lyric and her loved ones, she has become the object of affection to a serial stalker. R. Nigel Fredericks, an art dealer, has become a thorn to the S
Jul 17, 2015 rated it really liked it
Great book. This is the story of Michael and Lyric Stokes. Michael was a successful heart surgeon who took care of his family. Lyric was a bit lost because she did not have a sense of purpose. Lyric wanted to give her husband a son. After meeting Nigel Frederick; an art collector Lyric life changed. Lyric discovers that she’s pregnant. Michael and Lyric relationships is not want it should be, Michael is always working to provide for his family. Unconditional love is awesome.
May 23, 2010 rated it really liked it
I think i was suppose to read another book before i read this one but it was good
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Lynn Stokes is being stalked. Her life becomes a nightmare when her and her doctor husband find this out. Sequel to Divorcing The Devil. Read: 2010.
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Dwan Abrams is the award-winning author of Divorcing the Devil, Only True Love Waits (winner of the 2007 Pen of the Writer POWER Award), The Scream Within and Favor (short story appearing in The Midnight Clear anthology). Her fourth novel, Married Strangers, will be released in December 2008.

She's the founder, publisher and executive director of Nevaeh Publishing, a small press independent publish
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