Praise for INCONCEIVABLE: "As someone who has experienced infertility, I empathize with Hatty's struggles. Wren beautifully illuminates the joy, grief, and adventure of creating a family against all odds in this heart warming and impactful story." America Olivo Campbell, actress: DeGrassi: The Next Generation, Chicago PD, Mission Impossible 5. "Not only was this a very well written and entertaining story (I flew through it), but I feel it's also a very important story." -Meredith Tate, author of Missing Pieces "Tegan Wren's debut novel is by turn funny, heartbreaking and ultimately inspiring." JDC, author and journalist "Inconceivable is not only an intelligent read, but a candid chronicle of a condition that can disrupt anyone's longing to create a family." -Pamela Hirsch, Founder, Baby Quest Foundation A popular, young royal couple can't produce an heir? INCONCEIVABLE! When Ozarks native Hatty goes "whole hog" during karaoke, she catches the eye of Prince John. He isn't what she expects the heir to a small European nation to be: he's affable, witty, and isn't put off by her tell-it-like-it-is demeanor. Their flirtation should be short lived, but a force stronger than fate--Hatty's newspaper editor--assigns her to cover the royals. After spending time together, she and John soon begin dating, and Hatty finds herself making headlines instead of writing them. But challenges loom that are even more complicated than figuring out how to mesh Hatty's journalism career with life at Belvoir Palace. Hatty and John soon find themselves embroiled in an unusual sex scandal: they can't produce an heir. Tabloids dub Hatty a "Barren-ess," and the royals become irate. Hatty politely tells them to shove it. But beneath her confident exterior, she struggles to cope with a heartbreak that invades her most intimate moments with John. Pressured to choose between invasive medical procedures and abandoning John's claim to the throne, the couple feels trapped until a trip to Ethiopia shows them happy endings sometimes arrive long after saying "I do."

Curiosity Quills Press 354 pages

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