Why did I spend $3 on this? I guess the cover made it look intriguing. Even if you ignore the grammatical errors and inaccuracies ("The Gift of the Magi" was written by O. Henry, not Dickens) it seems like it was written by a 5th grader. The writing is that bad. The characters and situations are cliche - the nosy mother-in-law who never liked the main character, the oblivious sister-in-law who has four kids and is pregnant again, the husband who doesn't have much of a role beyond his bland encouraging words and being closer with his family than the main character would like. Please don't waste your money, there is much better writing out there on this subject.
The heroine in this book wrestles with IVF with little support from her family, including even her husband, in a foreign country. This is a lonely battle. Many childless women approaching 40 probably worry about a future without children. If you are now thinking about IVF, I recommend this book to read. Also if you are fighting against your mother-in-low who is still doting on or steering your husband, you must feel sympathy for the heroine.