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No one ever paid attention to the faces of missing children on milk cartons. But as Janie  Johnson glanced at the face of the little girl who had been taken twelve years ago, she recognized that little girl--it was herself.

The mystery of the kidnapping is unraveled, but the nightmare is not over. The Spring family wants justice, but who is to blame? It's difficult to figure out what's best for everyone.

Janie Johnson or Jennie Spring? There's enough love for everyone, but how can the two separate families live happily ever after?

From the Hardcover edition.

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Whatever Happened to Janie?
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4 / 5
More interesting than I thought
September 25th, 2013
In this second in the series, Janie (Jennie) has returned to her real home & family, the Springs, from whom she was kidnapped. She struggles to accept them while they, especially her mother & father, welcome her with open hearts although restrained in interaction with her. Janie keeps herself distant both emotionally and physically causing great pain to her parents & siblings. Jodie, her sister, aches for a sister who barely acknowledges her existence while her brother Stephen seethes inside with conflicting anger. She has twin brothers who are still quite young and she is puzzled by them although also amused by them at the same time. Janie yearns for the home where she was brought up since the age of three and her 'real' mother and father and her high school sweetheart, Reeve. Hannah, the Johnson's daughter who kidnapped Janie, claimed her as her own and left her with the Johnsons, is someone they can all agree to be sorely angry with to the extent that Stephen and Jodie go to New York looking for her, where she was briefly arrested two years ago. Everyone is soon to be ripped apart... again.
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