Two mothers, both fleeing from the British Isles during World War Two. Why does one worry about being a war bride, while the other, who married a widower, seem unconcerned? Why does the younger one, Marita, decided to give one, but only one of her newborn twins away? Why was Randall sent home during the war? WhaMarita's Misery: Two Mothers, Twin Daughters (Two Mothers, Twin Daughters Book 1) - Kindle edition by Friesen, Marilyn. Literature & Fiction Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.t will it be like leaving Birmingham, England while a war is going on and settle in a Canadian wilderness?
And, above all, what will happen to the identical twins, that have been separated? Marita's Misery: Two Mothers, Twin Daughters (Two Mothers, Twin Daughters Book 1) - Kindle edition by Friesen, Marilyn. Literature & Fiction Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
Don't you love your darlings enough to provide at least one with a safe, wholesome childhood, no matter what the cost in personal joy?
That's an impossible decision! Life is asking too much of me! Her heart was wrung with anguish at the very idea. How much worse would the deed make me feel?
Then the question: how to choose? How could I ever select one over the other? The thought made her want to gag. Choose to give one happiness and the other pain? What an awful thought! Accept one and reject the other? That was even worse!
As they rounded a curve, she saw the silvery rails snaking ahead of them through the heavily timbered area.
The quiet young mother peered out of the window and wrapped her arms tightly around herself. I wonder how many bears and wolves are out there? This would be a horrible place to break down.
Marita learned to appreciate the changing beauty of the Canadian skies while travelling, but if it was a leaden gray that greeted her that morning, or brilliant with the hues of a glorious sunrise, she couldn’t recall. It took all she had to get through the big barn door without crashing into first.