Lucy wants a child more than anything in the world, yet she is devastatingly unable to get pregnant. So, she does the unthinkable. One moment a baby is sitting in a shopping cart and the next she is in Lucy’s arms. Lucy begins to raise the baby as her own, and it’s not until twenty years later that her secret starts to unravel. The multiple narrators propel What Was Mine by Helen Klein Ross forward as characters of varying level of involvement share their perspective in this thrilling exploration of motherhood and the ramifications of a single choice.
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