It's 1982 and Ian Weber is engaged. But amid that happiness, Ian finds out a former girlfriend is pregnant. In a dramatic and successful act, Anna, Ian's mother, prevents her grandchild from being aborted. More than anything, Anna wants her grandchild to be a part of her life. When Stephanie is born, she is placed for adoption. Still intent to have Stephanie in her life, Anna places clues in the child's file at the Department of Social Services, hoping one day, by some miracle,Stephanie will use the clues to find her.Lenora Livingston captures the intense grief of the birth families who gave up Stephanie for adoption, while at the same time, showing the immeasurable joy of the adoptive family. Livingston recounts the amazing story of the parallel lives of Anna and her granddaughter, Stephanie. Although they live over one hundred miles apart, their paths often cross.Where's Stephanie? A Story of Love, Faith, and Courage is based on real-life events. Realizing others are facing similar situations, Livingston provides readers with a list of adoption groups that can help in search for surrendered family members. This story shows that what may seem impossible can come true.