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Molly & Me begins in the uncomplicated and insular world of pre-World War I Beaumaris, a small coastal town on the Isle of Anglesey, Wales. Invoking early family records and her personal experiences, Marion Besmehn weaves a remarkable tapestry of the pivotal events that have shaped her life to the present day; insights that will resonate deeply with readers.
In the end, the author's sense of humor, enduring love of her maternal grandparents, her own unflagging faith in the power of prayer and her strong marriage and family combined to lift Marion and bring her to her final reconciliation with her mother's demons and her own.
Molly & Me is a thoroughly enjoyable read. Even though the underlying theme may seem to be on the dark side, Marion's positive spirit, humor and strength make the journey extremely worthwhile.
Besmehn's lively characters lift off the page and her ear for dialogue gives them
substance and authenticity.
Along the way, the storyteller
finds a love she can trust, remains married for fifty years and counting,never doubts her love for her husband or his for her and raises their three sons in the shelter of this love.
Despite a mother who could not love and tried to silence her, she found her way to love and tell. Bravo!