Unexpected: A True Short Story

Unexpected A True Short Story A dramatic and heartwarming story from foster carer Rosie Lewis Ellen a year old office worker is so shocked by the sudden birth of her baby that she abandons the newborn in hospital Foster carer

  • Title: Unexpected: A True Short Story
  • Author: Rosie Lewis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Unexpected: A True Short Story

    A dramatic and heartwarming story from foster carer, Rosie Lewis.Ellen, a 28 year old office worker is so shocked by the sudden birth of her baby that she abandons the newborn in hospital Foster carer Rosie Lewis begins visiting baby Hope in hospital, then a week later she is released into her care.At first Rosie struggles to understand how any mother could abandon a smalA dramatic and heartwarming story from foster carer, Rosie Lewis.Ellen, a 28 year old office worker is so shocked by the sudden birth of her baby that she abandons the newborn in hospital Foster carer Rosie Lewis begins visiting baby Hope in hospital, then a week later she is released into her care.At first Rosie struggles to understand how any mother could abandon a small baby, but when Ellen begins daily visits with Hope, Rosie sees a young woman traumatised by a dark secret Rosie wants to help the young woman and the baby in her care and must fight to bring them together.

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      Published :2018-06-25T07:19:57+00:00

    One thought on “Unexpected: A True Short Story

    1. Mary Manson

      Beautiful StoryIt was wonderful to see how Rosie, Hope's foster mother, was able to connect with Hope's birth mother. Rosie was able to get her to bond with her daughter and become the mother Hope deserved.

    2. Vicki - I Love Reading

      It's difficult not to say too much in a review when the book you have just read was a short story.But I had a spare hour, while the house was empty so I put my feet up and got stuck into this. It is only around 43 pages long, or should that say short, but It is a good story.A sad story but good if that makes any sense. I think knowing it was true story makes it a little harder to read as it was quite sad, But still it was interest and kept me reading. The only thing stopped me going the whole ho [...]

    3. Joy

      Good book but wish it didn't skip do far and between changing times. I know it's a short story but going from how she almost lost her baby to taking the baby home without much info in between on how care giver and Ellen got from point A to point B. I love a happy endings though and Rosie stories as well :)

    4. amy hardy

      So trueUnfortunately the point made in this book is often top true. I Jewish there was more people like Rosie around to give poor helpless mums a point in the right direction. Most of the time all they are lacking is a bout of support and confidence. Even though its a short book it still pulls on your heart

    5. Ann

      Compelling readOnce started I was unable to stop reading. Although the short time span of the story kept it from being a longer novel, Rosie managed to convey the emotional tale well in this short story.

    6. MRS K S MILLIGAN

      A bit boring.Not much to read here. Ended up skipping sentences as you knew what was coming next. Didn't enjoy it atvall.

    7. Jazmine

      **********Awesome book, would recommend this author to anybody and will defiantly be porch using more books in the future

    8. susan auld

      Good Very good short read this author never fails to hold your attention in every book she writes her true stories are amazing

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