This is the story of Sandy who as a pregnant teenager makes the choice to give the baby up for adoption, even after the father of the child tries to force her to have an abortion. Sandy has to make the choice for her baby to be able to live and given up for adoption. She is forced to leave home as the school will not allow her to attend her senior year being pregnant. She is shipped off to live with her aunt, go to a reform school through her pregnancy. When giving birth to twins she has to make the hardest choice of all adoption, does she have them go to the same family or split them up to seperate families?
Later in life she is in a situation of helping a pregnant teen age girl, that when she steps in to help is forced to make another heart wrenching choice. The solutions she comes up with are filled with twists and turns, you can't put it down. I can't really tell you about this part of the story as it will spoil it for those that want to read it. I can say that it will bring closure to the first half of the story with much emotion, adventure and suspense as to where Robert is taking the characters, just when you think you know what is going to happen it is not the way the story is going. Yes, I did guess on one part of the story, but when I thought I knew where it was going I was wrong. This is a very heartfelt story from begining to end.
I truly enjoyed this book, I could not put it down, be warned ***once you start you will not want to put down until you are finished, very addicting story****
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