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Publisher's Summary

How do you rediscover your faith when you can’t see beyond the pain? Zoey by Yvonne N. Pierre is a fictional drama about Claire Harper, a frustrated wife and mother who refuses to accept change. Zoey, the couple's four-year-old daughter, was born with Down syndrome and ever since then, Claire has not truly been able to relate to and accept Zoey. Instead, she chooses to block the truth from her life, won't seek help, and is unable to give Zoey the love she deserves. Until a life-threatening event forces Claire to finally realizes what’s important. 
Zoey is a powerful short story that will take you on an emotional journey with Claire as she revives her faith and love for her daughter. Get your copy of this thought-provoking novelette today.
©2015 Yvonne N. Pierre (P)2017 Yvonne N. Pierre
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5 out of 5 stars
By Emma Jane Marie Vago on 06-10-17

Inspirational and heartwarming!

Zoey is such an inspirational and heartwarming short story. The story is about learning to love and seeing past disability. I enjoyed every moment of this story and listened in 1 sitting.

I will be reading more of this authors work and the narrator was amazing. I cannot recommend this book enough!

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3 out of 5 stars
By Mike on 06-08-17

My Review is One of What Was in This Story for me

I don't want to be an authors dream squasher. Not what I am about. The tale is short, interesting title and has a great message. I had to look up 'novella', yeah I am ignorant. The definition did not seem to match this story's content. The title seems off also, maybe "Claire Can't " is more appropriate. It reads like real life, except the narration seems punctuation deficient. Take this review with a grain of salt, preferably sugar. This is probably why I have never published, mistakes will occur.

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