A charming and poignant short story originally published in the Mossy Creek Hometown novel, A Day In Mossy Creek. A dead woman agonizes over her orphaned babies as they are adopted by her sister, whose autistic teen son seems dangerous and unpredictable.
Sabrina Jeffries is the New York Times best-selling author of regency romance historicals including the School For Heiresses series. She is the mother of an autistic teenage son.
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I LOVED IT! It made me all weepy at the end. So thanks to Sabrina Jeffries for writing that and putting it out there. I know it means a lot to her personally, and I thought it was really touching.