"Bringing in Finn" is a book that tells the story of Finn Connel, a baby boy that was brought into this world not by his mother, but by his grandmother. It's an exceptional story with an extraordinary ending. A mother's bond with her children knows no boundaries, and this story exemplifies that notion.

Sara Connell and her husband Bill had tried to conceive naturally from the time they were married, but things quickly took a turn — and after a miscarriage and the loss of late-term twins, it became obvious that Sara wouldn't be the one carrying her husband's child. Surrogacy is nothing new at this point, but this is a special case, and it's definitely a "first" in my book. I've never heard a story like this one.

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