Dear Luisa A Daughter Remembers
Luisa's parents were European born Italian Catholics rich in Italian traditions so when Luisa announces that she is marrying a Russian Jewish boy, both sides of the family reject their relationship. Soon their love crosses the ethnic barriers and both families would come to love and respect each other. Widowed at a young age, Luisa marries again only to encounter countless disappointments with her new relationship and faces a medical challenge that will thrust her and her daughter into a new and remarkable relationship.
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