Attention: Jewish women. Are you in need of financial assistance?
Hope Adoption Agency in search of Jewish babies.
Which Jewish mother would ever consider such a thing? Surely not Minna Stroibel, an idealistic young mother with only the highest hopes and dreams for her new bundles of joy. But would someone very close to her, worried sick over her well-being, be able to convince her to do the unthinkable?
Judy Rangler, a schoolteacher who has just left the comforts of being a stay-at-home mother, has yet to master the ins and outs of working in a frum school. Despite her gnawing doubts, she strives to warm up to her charges, and those in charge, at her new job. Little does Judy realize how her job at Midland Torah may connect her to her roots in ways that she could never have imagined.
Roiza Berman is Hope Adoption Agency’s most dedicated employee, staunch in her beliefs and the pursuit of justice. Her workplace is teeming with suspicion and deceit. Can her quick thinking and altruism forge bonds that should never have been broken in the first place?
Readers will immediately find themselves drawn into Broken Mirrors, rooting for the story’s endearing characters. Renowned writer Peri Berger masterfully conveys the novel’s complex tale, in which shattered lives get pulled together by an invisible yet tangible thread of determination, love, and — most importantly — hope.