Good | 3/5 stars | Buy your copy of A House for Happy Mothers
Overview: Priya and Madhu can’t have a baby the traditional way and begin looking into surrogacy. Happy Mothers a surrogate house in India seems to be the perfect fit. Asha comes into their lives to carry their baby and we’re taken on a nine month journey of sadness, love, and hope.
What I loved: Characters were great and the story was interesting.
What I didn’t: Was left cheated and disappointed.
If you like books that deal with surrogacy: definitely check this one out as well as The Choices We Make
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I received a copy from BookSparks in exchange for an honest review.