You Can’t Go It Alone is contemporary fiction set in Wales. Sophie and Jack have recently moved to a small village. They want a baby, but three years of trying and several failed IVF treatments are testing their relationship. As they settle into their new home they become involved in the lives of new friends and neighbours. Sophie finds she is the one to offer help and support to others, which culminates in bringing more than one family back together.
This book has strong IVF and family themes as well as touches of humour and romance, so I think it would be of particular interest to readers who have been down the road of IVF and fertility problems. The small cast of characters makes the story easy to follow, but other areas weakened the novel. At times I felt that…
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