If a British woman went to America, became naturalised, had a daughter by a father who was not listed on the birth certificate (and not known to anyone) and then died, leaving the British grandparents the only blood relatives; would they get custody of the child in spite of the nation difference? Or would the girl be fostered in America?
That's the beginning of my story (going to live with the British grandparents) and I'd like to know if its a plausible scenario to take place.
When people talk about a good book they say it's a page turner. But really that's about the minimum I expect from a book. 'Is it a good book?' No, the pages don't turn.- Michael McIntyre