KAREN VALENTIN is an American born writer who is proud of her Puerto Rican heritage. Her books--ranging from narrative, to YA fiction and children's--have been published by Doubleday Religious, Judson, Harlequin and JustUs/Kensington. She is a graduate of Fordham University and taught English as a second language in France. An avid traveler who speaks English, Spanish and French, she resides in New York City with her two little boys.
"THE MOTHER GOD MADE ME TO BE tugs at the reader's heart with vivid details of the joy of motherhood, the struggles of romance, and the disappointments of life. Yet, with descriptive scenes, the author draws the reader in to savor the journey from pain to a pleasant chapter of restoration, of freedom and acceptance. Young Moms will find this story to be a sweet reminder of God's provision. And in the midst of the challenges of motherhood, we see His redeeming love shine through."--Janet Perez Eckles, author of Simply Salsa: Dancing Without Fear at God's Fiesta