It's intense when you really want to have a baby, but there are hurdles to overcome. Whether those hurdles are physical, financial, about timing, or don't fall into any of those categories, it can be hard for women to silence that biological clock that just keeps ticking.
McGowan's account of the women that Ireland basically forgot is jarring and upsetting. Especially since these eight women have never been avenged, even after things started to change.
I'll Be You is a compelling tale of two twins who are stuck in the downward spiral of having lived through a dysfunctional household. But it's also the tale of the bond between two sisters and definitely worth a read.
I love Emily Giffin. And I LOVED Meant to Be. just found the book to be so satisfying and so much fun to read.
There's lies and decent, there's blackmail, and in the end, the family flees across the country to escape her. Why? Well, you'll just have to read it!
Rahki is a spitfire. She's part street kid, part blossoming entrepreneur. She's definitely dealing with some imposter syndrome, but throughout the book she really learns a lot via the school of hard knocks.
The Children on the Hill was an amazing read. Right off the bat it brought all kinds of The Haunting of Hill House and The Drowning Kind vibes.