Mar 022012
 

MARCH 2nd to MARCH 16th, 2012

 

THE SECOND TIME WE MET
by LEILA COBO

SYNOPSIS:
  Asher Stone grew up in an idyllic California family. His mother Linda made sure of that. She never wanted her son to feel different from other kids, just because he was adopted. She was a loving, devoted mother, and Asher a happy, healthy boy. So when a life-changin accident causes Asher to question his identity, he suddenly announces that he needs to learn about his roots, Linda is caught off guard. Asher doesn’t want to hurt his mother, but something inside him is driving him to find out exactly where he came from. And so he takes off on a journey to Colombia in search of his birth mother.
Interspersed throughout Asher’s story is that of his mother’s, Rita. Moving back in time we watch as a young Rita begins a clandestine affair with a revolutionary soldier–a guerilla warrior who loved her deeply but couldn’t leave the cause to care for her, not if he wanted to keep her safe. Rita is left alone and pregnant, with no support from her family. And though it breaks her heart, she makes the agonizing decision to give up her baby.
How can Asher, a young man who has never known hardship understand her decision? Can they have any kind of relationship–and where does that leave Linda if they do?
THANKS TO BRIANNE,  AND THE WONDERFUL
PEOPLE AT THE HACHETTE BOOK GROUP
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  15 Responses to “GIVEAWAY ENTRY PAGE “THE SECOND TIME WE MET” by Leila Cobo ENDED

  1. Thanks for the giveaway!

  2. I might have searched for my biological parents if I were younger, but don’t think I would now.

  3. I don’t think I would search for my biological parents.

  4. I would hope that my life was happy enough with my adopted family that I would have no reason to want to search.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  5. I would search for my birth parents if I was adopted

  6. I have three adopted granddaughters, and I don’t know if they would like to meet their biological parents or not. I’m not sure if I would or not.

  7. I think I would probably look. It seems like there would be a hole in my heart that I would need to fill. I would want to make sure my adoptive parents were okay with it, I would not want to hurt them.

  8. I don’t think I would search for my biological parents if I was happy in my adopted family.

  9. I wouldn’t search for them. If I had a loving family that raised me, that would be good enough

  10. probably not

  11. Maybe, if I had health questions.

  12. I am naturally curious, so the answer would be yes.
    Tam S.

  13. I think I would be curious enough that I would want to know.

  14. Yes, but only so I’d know my medical history.

  15. I think i would try to find my parents
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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