[Read] ➱ Helpless By Rosie Lewis – Motyourdrive.co.uk

10 thoughts on “Helpless

  1. says:

    For a short story it is jam packed full of emotion and numerous times i found myself tearing up I think I was as taken with baby Sarah as Rosie was Really goes to show how attached and hard it must be for foster carers to have such special children passing through their homes I love Rosie s books and if you haven t yet ready any then this would be a great introduction on what you are missing out on.

  2. says:

    What a lovely , heart warming story It does start helplessly for little Sarah, the baby whose mother took crack but it shows that with time, dedication, plenty of patience and love, happy endings still happen.My heart goes to Rose too, because even though she knows that foster parents should not get emotionally involved, she is still human, and a woman Even if she had tried, I do not think she could have stayed insensitive to the suffering of baby Sarah.We hope Sarah s future is bright and full of love.It is a short story, so, easily read in one sitting, but it is well written Not like some sensational life stories we can find on Kindle.I downloaded it as a freebie, but I would have gladly paid for it.

  3. says:

    A good introduction to the author although short, look forward to reading a full size book of hers.

  4. says:

    a very intense short story that took me about 30 minutes to read and really opened my eyes as I have never thought about this side of fostering.Great read

  5. says:

    Sarah A lovely short story from foster carer Rosie baby Rosie was a baby suffering from withdrawal symptoms after being born to a drug addict but with rosies care she went on to be adopted 5 stars.

  6. says:

    A short but very emotional story that will have you reaching for your tissues What amazing people foster carers are that take a child and shower them with love to face the heartache of saying goodbye.Thank goodness for people like Rosie Very well written story and highly recommended.

  7. says:

    Sad short story about fostering a baby girl

  8. says:

    3.5 Stars I ve only read one other book by a foster carer, one by Cathy Glass and, honestly, that was really poorly written, clearly showing that even the most emotive subject matter can be rendered bland by an unskilled writer Honestly, I was worried this might be the same ramped up drama, mediocre writing Not so I actually felt like Rosie Lewis was very honest about her experiences The story was moving but in a way that felt utterly real and spoke about some of the concerns one might have about being a foster carer For those of you who are interested in such books, she might be a better author to try.

  9. says:

    Thank goodness there are people like Rosie Lewis around to care for children who are abused and neglected Another toching story of a child addicted to drugs at birth and the care and love of Rosie Lewis.

  10. says:

    Thank you Rosie Lewis Excellent read I felt the love you have for Sarah I also felt your heartache when you handed her over to her new parents Thank you for being there for the children They need special people like YOU.

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Helpless download Helpless , read online Helpless , kindle ebook Helpless , Helpless c9b9d3a82c88 A Dramatic Short Story From Debut Author And Foster Carer Rosie LewisA Digital Exclusive Short Story From Rosie Lewis, Plus A Sneak Peek Chapter From Rosie S Highly Anticipated Debut Memoir, TrappedBaby Sarah Is Born To A Crack Addicted Mother On A Freezing Cold Night In December Rosie Is Woken A Few Short Hours Later, At Am, And Taken To The Maternity Unit By Police Escort To Collect The Infant And Take Her To A Place Of SafetyBut It Soon Becomes Clear That Sarah Is Suffering From Severe Withdrawal Symptoms Knowing That Separation Is Inevitable, Rosie Tries To Maintain A Professional Distance But That S Easier Said Than Done