A Mother's Cry
AuthorHouse, Dec 1, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 184 pages
A Mother's Cry by Kerri J. Busteed is a story of about Rachel Spielbauer, a woman who so desperately feels the need for attention. Her entire life she has felt neglected and always had to find her own way to get the attention she felt she deserved. Rachel grew up to be an amazing woman who co-founded her own magazine and married a successful pilot for a commercial airline. Shortly after getting married she became pregnant. Rachel felt her life would now be perfect, until her heart was broken after the birth of her child. Once her life starts to get back to normal she begins to feel lonely and depressed. She needs to find a way to get attention and unfortunately for her child, finds that by having a child who is sick the staff at the hospital gives her the attention she so desperately desires. How far will Rachel go to get attention?
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