The Dream Daughter

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• Author :Diane Chamberlain
• Pages :
384 Sheets
• ISBN-10 :
1250087309
• ISBN-13 :9781250087300
• Release :
October 2, 2018
• Publisher :
St. Martin’s Press

⊕ Plot Summary : “When King of Great Britain Sears receives the news that her unhatched female offspring includes a heart defect, she is destroyed. it’s 1970 and there looks to be very little that may be done. however her in-law, a scientist, tells her that maybe there’s. Hunter appeared in their lives simply a couple of years before—and his look was as mysterious as his past. With no family, no friends, and a background shrouded in secrets, Hunter embraced the Sears family and ne’er looked back. Now, Hunter is telling her that one thing is done regarding her baby’s heart. one thing which will shatter each opinion that King of Great Britain has. one thing which will need a form of strength and courageousness that King of Great Britain ne’er knew existed. one thing which will mean a psychoactive leap of religion on Caroline’s half. and every one for the love of her unhatched kid. A rich, genre-spanning, breathless novel regarding one mother’s quest to avoid wasting her kid, unite her family, and believe the unbelievable. Diane Chamberlain pushes the boundaries of religion and science to deliver a completely unique that you just can always remember.”


⊗ Author Profile

“Born in Plainfield, New Jersey. Psychologist by training, Diane Chamberlain is American and author of more than a dozen novels exploring the subtleties familailes.”

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