The Longest Nine Months Review

It is always fun to see how readers interpret my work. I like that Anneli placed attention on the issue of mixed marriages.
Thank you Anneli for your perspective on my novel. ❀

Anneli's Place

I first shied away from reading this book because I thought it was going to be all about having babies, not my favourite topic. Luckily for me, I did pick up the book, read it, and enjoyed it. It was not all about babies and pregnancies, although this was a significant factor in the novel. It was more about the relationship between Chand and Campbell.

Chand is of East Indian heritage and Campbell is Caucasian. They are devoted to each other; so much so, that Campbell wears the traditional sari to please her husband, even when other modern East Indian women at their office party are wearing western dress.

No children are planned in their as yet young marriage, so when Campbell finds herself pregnant, major changes loom. Chand is not as thrilled as Campbell had hoped he would be, and the final straw, a possibly flawed baby, threatens…

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10 thoughts on “The Longest Nine Months Review

  1. Congrats again Carol. Great to see that so many have enjoyed the many issues you cover in your wonderful book. I still have comments rolling in for my review of your book. So I hope you’re selling many! Happy New Year my friend. ❀

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  2. Carol, I was privileged to review the first of this series. One day, maybe in this summer, I will be able to read the rest of your beautiful and poignant books. You feature human relationships in friendships, love and between main characters, their situations and health issues. πŸ’ž Congratulations on Anneli’s great and articulate review! Smiles, best wishes for your 2018! πŸŽ‰ 🌈 πŸ“š

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