If you’re searching for the perfect book to fill that Eat, Pray, Love-shaped hole in your beach bag this summer, look no further than Three Wishes – an extraordinary story of three friends on their journey to motherhood. Described as ‘a perfect girlie read’ by the Evening Standard and a ‘Tome of the Brave’ by O: The Oprah Magazine, this captivating story will have you rooting for these three women from the beginning to the end.
Carey, Beth and Pam have good luck in friends, but terrible luck in relationships. Which makes it more difficult to get what they truly want: children. And time is running out . . .
After years of chasing headlines from Manhattan to Moscow, Carey returns home and is the first to abandon the traditional path to motherhood. She finds the perfect anonymous donor, and buys eight vials of his sperm. But on the day the vials arrive, she meets a man online. They fall in love. And she gets pregnant to old-fashioned way.
Carey passes the vials to Beth, who is recovering from a wrenching divorce. But before she can use the vials, Beth meets a man on an ice-climbing trip. She too falls in love. And gets pregnant. So she gives the vials to Pam. An eternal romantic, Pam will never stop searching for the love of her life, but she’s ready to be a single mother.
Then the magic strikes again.
About the Authors
Carey Goldberg has been the Boston bureau chief of the New York Times, Moscow correspondent for the Los Angeles Times, and a health and science reporter at the Boston Globe. She now writes happily at home. Beth Jones is a writer and educator who has contributed to the Boston Globe, the New York Times and numerous academic journals. Her next project is a novel. Pamela Ferdinand is an award-winning freelance journalist and former reporter for the Washington Post, Boston Globe and Miami Herald. Carey and Beth live near Boston with their families; Pamela and her family live outside Chicago. For more information about Three Wishes, visit www.threewishesthebook.com.
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