By Jennifer Ann Holt
Bonneville Books, 2012. 200 pgs. Fiction
Olivia Spencer wants nothing more than to be a mother, but years of infertility threaten to destroy her happiness and have put a strain on her marriage. Allison Campbell is a good girl who made a decision that led to her facing the future as a young single mother. Both women rely heavily on their LDS faith and the promise of healing through the atonement of Jesus Christ in order to face their individual trials and heartaches.
This novel does an excellent job of showing the real emotions involved in infertility and teen pregnancy. I had to keep the tissues close as I read each woman's struggles but it was worth it because the book has a very satisfying ending.