Glenna McDoweil is a successful internist married to a man who dotes on her. Her present life is far better than her childhood, having been raised in a convent and adopted by a cruel foster family. Unlocking the secret of her parents' identities, and why their love was forbidden, leads to Glenna's profound personal awakening. In this compelling novel by a natural storyteller three generations of strong, Scottish women are reunited in their hopes for a brighter future.
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