Summer in Montana by Brenda Cheryl Gillespie

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Orphaned at birth, Elizabeth had to fight her whole life against the feelings of loneliness and abandonment. Now the time had come for her to make a new life for herself. The opportunity was there with the whole big world open to her, but would she be able to overcome the trauma caused by feelings of being unwanted in order to begin anew? With the orphanage in her rearview mirror, Elizabeth must now enter a world of complete strangers in unchartered territory. The little red-haired girl with big green eyes, who nobody wanted to adopt, was now grown and once again thrown into a world of uncertainty. Would Elizabeth ever have the life she desired with a home of her own? Would that life include someone to love, who would return her love? Or, would Elizabeth once again suffer the ordeal of being rejected?

About Brenda Cheryl Gillespie

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As the mother of three sons, this author has taken her life experiences and incorporated them into the writing of this book. Her unique outlook on human values and relationships makes her work a valued addition to any library. This author’s style of writing, pure and from the heart, is such as can be enjoyed by young and old alike. The timeless grace with which she writes endears the characters and pulls them off the page and into the heart. The reader will leave these pages with a warm, uplifted spirit and a renewed outlook on human nature.
Published September 26, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 182 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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