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    Whispers of Hope, A New Start, Book 5

    I received this book as an Advanced Reading Copy (ARC) and read it very quickly. I just could not put it down as it affected me so personally. I didn't live Tracey's life, but I certainly knew what the pain of endometriosis felt like. I just had to read it again before I did a review. I just finished it once again and it is an amazing, touching and heartfelt story of a woman suffering through so many things that little is known about, unless one suffers with it herself. This author has written a fiction story which could be the story of one in ten women today and has written it in such a way that all women (and men) will be able to understand more fully the awful pain that is felt because of this disease - pain both physically and emotionally. In this story, the newly married Tracey and Adrian have their hearts set on a family. They do every thing possible in their first years to help Tracey conceive before going to doctors for help. I like how the author not only tells Tracey's story, but she gets us totally involved in Adrian's work life and documentary, as well as Tracey's parents and sister and family. The characters are all well developed and add a great deal to the overall story. I loved and understood the ending - it was the way it had to be - it was brilliant. This story can stand alone on its own and will be enjoyed by all, but it becomes much more interesting when one gets to know all the characters starting from Book 1 in the series, as it includes further information about the lives of a number of Tracey's friends. By reading all the books in the Series, I have become friends with Jenn, Autumn, Eloise, Tracey and Sheila, along with others as they appear from time to time. This is a well-written and needed story which helps us understand a disease affecting many women. (less)
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    Desperately Seeking To Be A Mom

    In this continuation of Tracey's story she has a Mom who gave her up for adoption and all the pain that comes with coming to grips with being part of an adoption. But foremost Tracey's story follows a ccommon route many women who find they have difficulty concieving without medical interventions. It shows how the act of love can become something to be ambivalent about and even very stressful. The monthly re-inforcement that should your cycle not be disrupted by pregnancy you have personally failed again. The distance that grows between husband and wife as they deal with the pain and loss in different ways is made real. The desperation that a woman feels to be a Mom, to have someone of their own to love that is part of them and their partner comes through in vivid words jumping off the page and painting a picture of how it really can be. Thankfully Tracey has a lot of people in her life to catch her when her striving for a life with a child of her own brings her to her knees in pain and agony. Seeing how she picks up the pieces and heals her heart and life is the best part of this beautiful anf highly relatable story.

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