When Carly Sears a young woman widowed by the Vietnam war, receives grave news about her unborn daughter, she is devastated. She is told by doctors that nothing can be done to help her child.
But her brother in law Hunter, a physicist with a mysterious past, tells her that perhaps there is a way to save her baby. What he suggests is outrageous, its impossible, its something that will require a kind of strength and courage Carly never knew existed. Something that will require an unimaginable leap of faith.
All for the love of her unborn child.
The Dream Daughter is hard to explain genre wise.
-Its Historical Fiction
-Its Science Fiction
-Its Women's Fiction.
I feel like people should go into this book knowing as little as possible. You should let the story unfold naturally as you read. I'm not really into sappy books but I truly enjoyed this one. I do wish it had ended differently but I can also understand why it ended the way it did.
Overall I would recommend this book!