A Tale of Two Sisters
"They're Jewish - write that down. Make sure to send them to a Jewish family."
Ahuva Steinhardt is an accomplished young woman at the cusp of adulthood. Adopted at birth, Ahuva cares nothing about her birth mother, preferring to live in the present. But then her happiness is sabotaged by a twin she knew nothing about.
Rachel Bergmann has everything money can buy, yet one question continues to gnaw at her - who is the woman who abandoned her? Determined to find out, her life takes an unexpected turn and forces her to make a critical decision.
This novel is a story of concealment and discovery, disappointment and hope, one that reveals the complexities of human nature and the wonder of Divine Providence. Join Ahuva, Rachel, and others in this engaging novel as they find out who they really are and confront their challenges in a refreshingly honest and compelling way.
|Misc Description||Two adopted sisters go on to live two entirely different lives, raised in two different households, until Divine Providence intervenes and brings them together. That encounter dramatically alters both of their lives forever.|
This compelling novel about relationships, family ties, and personal growth offers readers a sensitive, richly-rewarding reading experience. Be sure to put it on your summer reading list!
|Number of pages||264|