One awful mistake. Horrific consequences.
Two couples, Grace and Dan and Priya and Nick go through IVF to try and conceive.
Both couples end up at the same Fertility Clinic. What happens is every woman’s nightmare.
One child, two families, and a custody battle.
Heartache and Heartbreak.
Devastating, and unimaginable, Grace, Dan, and Priya face choices no one should ever have to make.
Character-driven fiction at its finest, “The Mothers” by Genevieve Gannon is a sad, well-written novel about mistakes, choices, and most importantly what it means to be a mother.
“The Mothers” is a thought-provoking, evocative, tear-jerker of a novel. Though I guessed the ending, I still quite enjoyed this brilliantly done piece of fiction.
Thank you so much to #GoodreadsGiveaway and William Morrow for my Win!
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This is such a nightmare scenario for parents, especially couples going through IVF. It sounds like a very interesting book. Thanks for the review!
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I cannot even imagine Wendy! Terrifying doesn’t even begin to describe it. It was an excellent read. I highly recommend!!