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The Last Caress by Dianna Booher
A moment every mother cherishes…. the soft, pink bundle of love pressed against her breast, demanding love…. the warm, never-ending response.
For Erin Tilland, that moment took place fifteen years ago when her only daughter, Randi, was born. She remembers it now, just as she has every moment of every day since she learned that her daughter might die. Maybe tomorrow, maybe next year. With leukemia one couldn’t be too sure.
A moment every mother fears… a reality Erin couldn’t understand. Where would she find the strength and support Randi needed? And how could she go on living if her child was dead?
Since the tragic news, her husband had become distant, isolated. Was this his way of handling his grief or were they drifting apart? Erin was losing her only child; would she lose her husband too?