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How would you feel if you discovered your eighteen-month-old daughter was not really your child?

Beth Carter is afraid Stevie may have inherited diabetes from her father, but the blood test comes back negative. She rejoices until she sees the hospital has apparently made a mistake in recording Stevie’s blood type. A second test brings to light that Stevie cannot be her biological child. Where, then, is her baby?

Jonathan McDuff, at first, doesn’t believe that his beloved baby, Lexie, isn’t his birth daughter. Then he determines to have both children in his home. Since Mrs. Carter won’t give Stevie up without a legal battle, he comes up with a plan. He’ll give her the care of both children as long as they all remain under his roof.

An impossible situation, but with God’s help, healing and love may win over heartbreak and loss. Babies switched at birth.

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This Child Is Mine
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4.7 / 5
February 25th, 2015
Very interesting, it makes you understand how mistakes can be made, I enjoyed this book, I would like to see a second book on this family.
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The child is mine.
May 16th, 2014
Excellent and unusual story, although the end was predictable. Enjoyed it.
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This Child is Mine
October 15th, 2013
Good, but with a bit of a predictable ending.
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