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Freeing Grace, Paperback / softback Book

Freeing Grace Paperback / softback

Part of the Charity Norman Reading-Group Fiction series

Paperback / softback

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A tender and thought-provoking story exploring the sacrifices we make for family and what it takes to be a good parent. Grace's teenage mother dies shortly after giving birth and the perfect adoptive parents are found for her: David, the curate of an inner-city parish, and his wife Leila, who are unable to have children of their own.

What they don't count on is Matt Harrison, Grace's shell-shocked young father who falls in love with his daughter and fights to keep her. The Harrisons are an unconventional family who see in Grace a chance for redemption.

To convince the courts of their suitability will require a commitment from Matt's mother to return from Africa to her unhappy marriage.

The Harrisons enlist their friend, the feckless, charming Jake Kelly, to retrieve her and he sets off on a quest that will force a confrontation. Ultimately, there are terrible decisions to be made about Grace's fate.

Everyone only wants what's best for her - but who can say exactly what that is?

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