"Mis-perceptions" is the seventh book in Kris Morris's "Battling Demons" book series. The Ellinghams find themselves enduring a long, cold Cornwall winter as they move forward with their plan to make Evan a member of their family. Martin begins to doubt his ability to be a good father as situations arise and we see him face comic and tender moments of village and family life. Knowing people will be judging them, Martin and Louisa feel every situation could influence their chance to adopt Evan. Misperceptions in the village abound! Through it all, the loving and tumultuous relationship between Martin and Louisa grows, and they learn more and more what it means to be a husband and wife—father and mother. An enjoyable read for all Doc Martin fans and those who would like a glimpse into life in a small Cornish village.
This is an unauthorised work of fiction. All royalties paid to the author will be donated to TheHorseCourse, a children's charity in Dorset, England. Thank you for supporting this effort through the purchase of this book!
About the Author
Kris Morris was born and raised in a small Iowa town. She spent her childhood barely tolerating school, hand rearing orphaned animals, and squirrel taming. At Iowa State University she studied elementary education. But after discovering a loathing for traditional pedagogy and a love for a certain tall, handsome, Upstate New Yorker, she abandoned the academic life to marry, raise two sons, and become an unconventional piano teacher. When she’s not writing, Kris builds boats and marimbas with her husband, who she has captivated for thirty years with her delightful personality, quick wit, and culinary masterpieces. They now reside in Iowa and have replaced their sons with ducks.