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Traumatic events in a person's life can change and restructure the way a victim thinks, feels, responds, and lives. In this story, Janie/Jennie is a prime example of how fear can affect the way a person lives their life. Janie is kidnapped as a child and given to another couple. While the couple is unaware of the child's history, thinking it is their own granddaughter, and Janie is raised as their own, the fact that she was not born to them is brought to Janie's attention one day by way of a milk carton photo. To find yourself on a milk carton would unnerve anyone, and for Janie, it unravels her whole life, forcing her to rethink everything she thought she knew. Her mother and father aren't her mother and father. What a frightening thing to discover, and deal with. Janie meets the couple who...

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