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by Katherine Stone (Goodreads Author)
For more than six years Seattle architect Caroline Wynn and her attorney husband, Jeffrey, have been trying to have a baby. Now, "finally," Caroline is pregnant. Both Caroline and Jeffrey are thrilled. And, wanting a lasting memory of the happiness she feels, Caroline decides to keep a pregnancy journal, writing to the baby she already loves. Caroline's pregnancy coincides ...more
Hardcover, 268 pages
Published August 1st 2006 by Mira Books
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This was a beautiful story with a small mystery tucked inside. Caroline begins writing a journal when she has the last embryo implant after numerous miscarriages with previous implants. She feels an immediate connection with this baby. While she is writing the journal and sharing her love she is also supporting her husband who is prosecuting a famous sport star and television commentator who killed his pregnant girlfriend and his own child. Jeffery can not fathom a man killing his won child when ...more
This was a heart tearing book as it explores the love and desire to have a child yet failing to have one over and over. Now with a hope of another chance to have a baby, Caroline's husband works on a case where another parent killed their child. Ms. Stone did a good job of exploring how life is unfair and there's nothing we can do about it except how we choose to respond.
The story of a woman who desperately wants to have a child paired with the husband who has to try a man in court for the killing of a woman and her unborn child. Add in a medical problem that could cost Caroline her life and the life of her child. told in diary form.
Enjoyable read. The novel is supposed to be a journal Caroline is writing for her baby during the time of her pregnancy. Since,she, her husband, and her sister are individually and collectively going through soul-searching, life changing events through this period the book is interesting and a fun read. A little formulaic but that did not detract from the slowly growing relationships, including the one each of the main characters had with the baby, prebirth.
Katherine Stone is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty-one novels, including Roommates, Twins, Bed of Roses, Happy Endings, and Pearl Moon. Her books have been translated into twenty languages and are sold worldwide. A physician who now writes full-time, she lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, physician and novelist Jack Chase (Fatal Analysis, Mortality Rate, The Magruder ...moreMore about Katherine Stone...