Journey to My Daughter by Jennifer Rose Asher (Book Review #1213)


Journey to my daughter is a beautiful memoir written about love, adoption, and finding yourself. It all begins with Jennifer and her husband deciding to have children. After two miscarriages and a lot more heartache, they choose to find other ways to become parents. Little did they know that their beautiful girl would find them instead, so this book truly takes you on a journey, adoring every moment and cherishing every sentence.

The book is an adoption story, and you get to read how the author follows the signs given by the universe not only to find what she is looking for but also to learn more about herself.

The literature has a nice flow to it. The memoir is written in stages, and you can definitely feel how the author has spoken from her heart. I enjoyed reading this memoir and appreciate all that it entailed. The cover design suited the content inside.

I recommend this book to those who like to read adoptions stories and appreciate memoirs.

Written by Jeyran Main

Book Title:  Journey to My Daughter

Author Name: Jennifer Rose Asher

Pub Date: December 12, 2021

ISBN: 978-1-63730-694-9

Book Category/Genre: Adoption/memoir

Page Count: 262

Publisher: New Degree Press

Author Bio: Jennifer Rose Asher has a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a master’s degree in counseling psychology from The Adler School of Professional Psychology. She has worked in the adoption field, both as a birthmother counselor and as a consultant for adoptive families. Journey to My Daughter is her first book.
Jennifer lives in the Dallas area with her husband, three children, and several dogs. She is an animal lover with a passion for horses. She rides her two-quarter horses on a drill team that performs at local rodeos.

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