by Karen Lenfestey
Kate Hopper can list a million reasons why she doesn’t have kids. No, more like reasons why she shouldn’t have kids: genetics, a dysfunctional family, and ultimately, the fear that she wasn’t cut out to be June Cleaver or Carol Brady or Claire Huxtable. TV moms always made it look so easy, but Kate knows better.
When Kate’s little sister, Joely, refuses a medical treatment because it will leave her infertile, Kate is willing to say anything to save her sister’s life—even promising to have a baby. Kate decides to keep her rash words a secret from her husband until she can figure out whether she really wants to be a mother. Especially since they agreed their marriage would remain childless.
A sister’s promise and a wife’s promise: Kate must break one. Should she risk everything she has for the unknown?
Karen Lenfestey, a Midwest Writer’s Fellowship winner, sold over 20,000 copies of her first novel, “A Sister’s Promise.” She studied communication at Purdue University and counseling at Indiana University. Karen loves to hear from readers on her Facebook page or at her website. Vote for the character you’d like to see in the next book and read the semi-humorous “Thoughts on Motherhood” blog at http://karensnovels.weebly.com
For readers who love “A Sister’s Promise”, be sure to read “What Happiness Looks Like”.
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