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A once a year shot with a one hundred percent success rate, Ovucontra has been tapped to be the contraception of choice in a revolutionary health care bill that will cover a select list of medications for everyone in the country.

But when something sounds too good to be true, there’s always a catch.

When journalist Alondra Alvarez is tipped off that Ovucontra causes certain
Paperback, 276 pages
Published May 28th 2019 by Crista McHugh
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Jun 14, 2019 rated it liked it
Dr. Catherine Choi is very concerned that many young women are being diagnosed with premature ovarian failure leaving them sterile. Checking the statistics in the files of the University of North Carolina medical system where she works, she is shocked to find a huge number of women have received the same diagnosis in the last three months. In addition, all of the patients were either black or Latina.

Alondra Alverez is a reporter trying to interview Senator Howell, a critic of socialized medicine
May 31, 2019 rated it really liked it
Un bon romantic suspense avec une héroïne journaliste qui ne fonce pas tête baissée et accepte l’aide des autres autour d’elle, et surtout une enquête bien menée avec des méchants dont le but fait froid dans le dos.

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When Alondra learns her best friend, killed some days ago during a mugging, was suspecting a new contraceptive is making some women sterile, she’s expecting to write a paper about lack of research on side effects. She’s quickly going to find it’s much more than that because the effect is completely deliberated and only target nonwhite women.

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Crista McHugh is a NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY BESTSELLING author of fantasy and romance with heroines who are smart, sexy, and anything but ordinary.

She also writes fantasy with less kissing and a lot more action as C. A. McHugh.

She currently lives in the Tesla-filled suburbs of Seattle with her husband and two children, maintaining her alter ego of mild-mannered physician on the weekends.

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