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- Print Length: 687 pages
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- Publication Date: July 27, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B074CK81R4
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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This is a story of married women who are having a hard time getting pregnant again or unable to conceive at all. Three women--Megan, Christina and Kyra. These three met in a school book drive and found that they have something more in common. These three will help each other get through the biggest problem in their lives so far.
The story is very realistic. It perfectly mirrors the emotional and psychological strains a woman goes through when she finds out that she her womb can't carry or grow a baby. It depicts the toll that is weighing on the persons involved, the marriage and the people closest to those persons. It creates a ripple effect of worry, concern and emotional drain on everyone involved, especially the main woman concerned and her husband. Infertility kind of brands or marks a woman for life of being unable to perform her duties as a wife and mother or has failed in being just a woman.
Chasing Someday is a very fitting title to this book. It explains the whole story in these two words. The three main characters were indeed chasing someday. The what could have been, what might have been and what will be if they were able to fulfill their greatest desire--to be a mother. These three women found strength in each other in their shared struggle to be the wife and mother that they wanted to be. To have that complete family they have been dreaming for.
This is a very hopeful story yet you have to go through a very emotional state first before getting to the most amazing part. Just like the saying, it gets worst before it gets better. These three women went through the worst before they saw the silver lining in all the emotional turmoil and grief they have to go through. The waiting itself was almost killing them but like always, it's always worth the wait. Things seemed to have worked out for each of them with each other's help. Never giving up even when the odds were all against them.
Aside from the three women in the story, there is another one mentioned here. She is Megan's piano student who got pregnant in her teens and the boyfriend did not want her to keep the baby. Her story posed a great contradiction to the three women's problems because here she is, in her youth and prime, with endless possibilities ahead of her. Yet, all her dreams and hopes seemed to have vanished because of a baby, while the three woman had been wanting and dreaming of one. This is kind of one of life's jokes, right? But no one's laughing.
I give this book 4/5 negative pregnancy tests. This s a very emotional story that will wring your heart out. I am in my mid-thirties and single and I pray that I wouldn't have to go through what all of these three women have when the time for me to want a child/children of my own. I know of a friend who also had a hard time conceiving and she was so frustrated that she somehow want to also make everyone around her feel that. She was so full of negativity that I had to distance myself from her because I don't have enough strength to battle her negativity. I too was going through some problems of my own during that time. For those who are fortunate to not have to go these very trying experience, be the best mother you can be and love your kids with all you have because some do not the privilege to have that gift. And for the rest of us, these women like the three in the story need our empathy and understanding. I don't think it's their fault if there's something wrong with their uterus or any feminine parts. If they have any control over those, they would have done everything to make them work right and get that bouncing beautiful baby they have been praying and dying for.
I never realized how much I want children until I was told it might not be possible.
- Lindzee Armstrong, Chasing Someday -
Thank you again, Lindzee Armstrong for the copy.
This is a voluntary review. I was gifted a copy.
Chasing Someday (Chasing Tomorrow)
In a way, this is a very sad book to read. It does redeem itself in the end, but for couples struggling to become parents it will be hard to read. Very, very well written however, and I am sure the author has an intimate knowledge of this whole subject given how well this book was written. I am glad I read it and can highly recommend it to others. Lindzee Armstrong is an extremely good writer, I have read and very much enjoyed, all of her 'Match' books now and will read anything she wants to write.
Tomorrow's Lullaby (Chasing Tomorrow)
This is a really great, very emotional book. I had read the 'prequel' Chasing Someday which included how Sienna got to where she was and that was equally as emotional. I am so glad I was able to read both of these books on such a hot subject, both books gave plenty of insight to how these women feel and the pain they go through. I was delighted to read Sienna's story though and so pleased it had an HEA. These two books should be compulsory reading, if only so that those of us able to have children easily can far better understand both those that can't and those that can but have to adopt out their precious babies.I received a free copy of the book from the author. This review is voluntary. A huge thank you to the author, her writing is hard to beat.
There really isn't anything more to add than what I have said above, for two extremely good, extremely emotional and extremely well written books.
This book is about three women. Struggling with infertility. The things women have to go through… at least the ones who aren’t as lucky as some…
It’s a very serious topic. I am glad Mrs. Armstrong decided to write about this, because it’s still a bit of a taboo. I don’t think motherhood is an appropriate indicator of self-worth AT ALL. Me and my husband have sadly never been blessed with children, but I feel 100% worthy and 100% woman!
I think everyone who’s dealing with this should do so in their own way. There isn’t a right or wrong way. The advantage of being open to other people is that you get more understanding. But you also get unwanted advice and questions and people meddling; well-meant but not always welcome!
So, all in all, very impressive but a little too close to home for me. A bit too raw still. A well-written book, but I guess I do prefer the more lighthearted books by this author.
I received a complimentary copy of this book and voluntarily posted an honest review.
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