Ebook Review – The Baby Trap – Sibel Hodge

The Baby Trap made me laugh, made me cry, made me cringe and cross my legs! I loved it, I understood the subject, having lived much of it; but the author is able to still entertain you and ensure for every rueful tear there are more smiles to be had. You don't need to have been through infertility or that absolute need for a child to enjoy The Baby Trap, its well written, funny, poignant and clever enough to stand up as a novel on its own.

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The lead character Gina has that British personality and humour we value so much in ourselves, and I am sure many of us have met more Dr Dye's than we would ever like to, along with smirking nurses and heard too many times the “it wont hurt much!”! It's positive and supportive, without being simpering. Yes I am raving about it, and yes I related to the book due to my own personal experiences, but am fairly certain I would have enjoyed the book as much regardless of my knowledge!

The Baby Trap charts the trials and tribulations, highs, lows, joys and pains of a woman in her mid thirties suddenly hit with baby fever, and to her surprise unable to conceive at the drop of a hat. The book is uplifting and ultimately positive, but also extremely funny and humorous!  

 

About the Author…….in her own words

My work has been shortlisted for the Harry Bowling Prize 2008, Highly Commended by the Yeovil Literary Prize 2009, Runner up in the Chapter One Promotions Novel Comp 2009, and nominated Best Novel with Romantic Elements in 2010 by The Romance Reviews. My novella Trafficked: The Diary of a Sex Slave has been listed as one of the top 40 books about Human Rights by Accredited Online Colleges.

Life is about living and laughing. After all, laughing keeps you young! Engrossing yourself in a good comedy is an excellent way to de-stress from our hectic lives. I hope that my novels bring a smile to your face or give you a laugh-out-loud moment, and that you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them.

 

Find out more about Sibel Hodge and her other novels at www.sibelhodge.com