I had the pleasure of being able to review the book, Lucky Baby by Meredith Efren. As an avid reader who tends to base books on how they emotionally move me, I can honestly say that from the first paragraph of the first chapter, I was intrigued.
While Meg lives a happy life with her husband, there's always this cloud looming over her head that she was and still is a disappointment to her mother. She just never could measure up. When she decides to adopt a child from China, she begins to see motherhood from a different perspective.
Mothering her baby girl doesn't come without its many challenges and heartbreaks but she grows from them.
Told from the perspective of two little girls, one who was adopted from China and the other who was left behind and of course, Meg's viewpoint, this book threads a magical tale of how love can conquer the greatest fears and disappointments.
I look forward to reading more books by the author Meredith Efken. For more information and to order a copy, please go to meredithefken.com or find it on amazon.com
Lover of God, my awesome husband, Pastor J, my kids, bonus kids, furkids and chocolate. I'm a writer, with a passion for anything creative. I am silly, clumsy, honest, faithful and often times, pathetic but so thankful that God loves me just as I am.