’I want other adoptees to know that even in the absence of viable information, all hope is not lost, and modern-day miracles do exist.’
-Lisa A. Quaites
Lisa A. Quaites is a postwar mixed-race Korean adoptee who was raised by a Black military family in the United States. Her desire to reconnect with her Korean mother ignited a search that uncovered paternal relatives via DNA testing. This personal adoption account of Lisa’s predestined journey explores her life experience as a transracial adoptee and the challenges she faced at home and in her motherland. This poignant memoir highlights the author’s redemptive joy and showcases her resilience and determination to discover her family roots.