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Reviewed by Bernadette Longu for Readers' Favorite
Jennifer Collins has taken a subject that is dear to any mother’s heart. Wonders in the Waves catches the reader's attention from the first page and holds their attention to the very last. The topic of adoption is a very sensitive subject, especially when there are still people who believe that children should not be put up for adoption but kept with their families. The author handles this delicate subject with dignity, understanding, love, information, and hope. This book cannot be put down till the end, which is one the reader will never expect, due to the amazing twists and turns that unravel in the plot.
Wonders in the Waves by Jennifer Collins takes into account the feelings that are very near the surface when someone is dealing with the death of a loved one and searching for an understanding of events in one’s life, as well as the acceptance and understanding of children that can leave an adult reeling when they make decisions and act on them without really thinking of the consequence. The author has written a book giving understanding, faith, and the realization that unconditional love is something that everyone craves, even adults who have never had the luxury. This book is a keeper, especially for anyone who has children or adopted children; it helps anyone who has gone through something like this in the best possible way. It was a great read. Thank you, Jennifer, for allowing me to read this wonderful book that helped me understand and accept certain things that have happened in my life and to realize that nobody was to blame. Life happens and what we do with it and how we deal with it is up to us. Wonders in the Waves is a book well worth keeping on your bookshelf and reading not once but more than once.