- Publisher: Helping Hands Press
- Available in: Full version in Paperback, volumes in digital format for Kindle
- ISBN: 162208540X
- Published: June 30, 2014
In 1940’s Ireland, Bitty Brown was abandoned by her mother at four years old and spent the next years of her life in an orphanage. At nineteen, the mute girl escaped from the orphanage, and with no where to go, lived on the streets. A stranger named the Beggar Jude and his friend, Mr. Jones found her huddled in the cold, sick and dying. Their miracle of friendship not only saved her life but gave her a new home and family. But what miracle would it take to convince this young girl that she was good enough to be loved? How will Bitty’s future be tied to the legacy of the Lady Emalyn?
Reviewers say: “In her love of Ireland and history, Joy Ross Davis has brought a sympathetic story to readers which gently addresses the political scandals of the Magdalene Laundries. When we seek to read historical fiction, we usually expect to be time traveled back multiple centuries. Davis has spun moving stories from incidents much closer to our own time and done it well.”
Published by Helping Hands Press. The Transformation of Bitty Brown was first published digitally as two volumes and part of Murray Pura‘s “My Blue Heaven” romance series. You can purchase your copies online. Learn more at the Buy Books page.