Empty Cradle

Determined to conceive a baby she so passionately wants, a widowed TV anchorwoman turns to a fertility clinic for help Located in scenic New Mexico, and run by a charismatic husband and wife team, the Santa Fe Evergreen Clinic seems to be the answer to her prayers But all is not right hered when she stumbles on the truth about this isolated facility, the scandal couDetermined to conceive a baby she so passionately wants, a widowed TV anchorwoman turns to a fertility clinic for help Located in scenic New Mexico, and run by a charismatic husband and wife team, the Santa Fe Evergreen Clinic seems to be the answer to her prayers But all is not right hered when she stumbles on the truth about this isolated facility, the scandal could rock the industry and put her own life at risk Over 750,000 Signet copies of Karen Harper s books in print Karen Harper won the 1994 Romantic Times Award for Best Historical Novel for Wings of Morning Both her novel River of Sky and her short story from
Empty Cradle Determined to conceive a baby she so passionately wants a widowed TV anchorwoman turns to a fertility clinic for help Located in scenic New Mexico and run by a charismatic husband and wife team the

  • Title: Empty Cradle
  • Author: Karen Harper
  • ISBN: 9780778323549
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Empty Cradle”

    1. A good read. It was written a while ago and deals with a fertility clinic. I'm sure much of what is talked about has changed with the years, but still a good read.

    2. Alexis, the heroine of this novel, is one of those people who take risks to get stories--rather stupid in her case, since she becomes pregnant with a high risk baby. She has reached her last chance to become a mother, using IVF, since she has the complication of being a DES person herself. There are a number of seeming killers, and a good friend has almost perished when Alexis car goes off a cliff. Alexis is a tv reporter who will do anything for a story--and it almost costs her her life, and th [...]

    3. Romantic suspense - TV anchorwoman Alexis McCall is attempting to become pregnant through in vitro fertilization with her late husband's frozen sperm. Something strange is happening at the clinic and her peril from that site is masked by attacks from an angry subject of a broadcast and the unbalanced ex-wife of her new boyfriend.

    4. I read this when I was snowed in one Christmas break from school and at the time it was a good, intriguing read.

    5. Stopped at 100 pages.A tiresome and uninteresting plot and a main character which I did not care for at all.

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