The Question

The Question

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by Zena Wynn
     
 
What would you do for a friend? What sacrifice would you willingly make? This is the issue facing Gail Henderson when her best friend, Crystal Al Jabbar, asks her to be a surrogate for her and her husband Rashid, using Gail's own egg. Complicating the decision is Gail's recent loss of her husband and toddler son in a fatal car accident, two years earlier. After much

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What would you do for a friend? What sacrifice would you willingly make? This is the issue facing Gail Henderson when her best friend, Crystal Al Jabbar, asks her to be a surrogate for her and her husband Rashid, using Gail's own egg. Complicating the decision is Gail's recent loss of her husband and toddler son in a fatal car accident, two years earlier. After much contemplation, Gail reluctantly agrees. Her decision sets off a chain of events none of them could have anticipated.

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ISBN-13:
9781606599884
Publisher:
Mundania Press
Publication date:
04/28/2010
Pages:
284
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.64(d)

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Question 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 29 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Question started off as a great tale. Crystal turning to her friend, Gail, to make her dream of being a mother come true. Crystal is in a perfect marriage with Rashid, but lacks the ability to communicate with him on her problems. Rashid comes off flat and stereotypical. Throw in Greg, Gails's love interest, and you've got a great layout for drama. The story had amazing potential but there were so many hang ups I just couldn't overcome them. For someone who lost as much as Gail had, she did everything wrong when it came to her relationship with Crystal. She was weak and naive when it came to her friends. She knowing made mistakes but continued to make them. The closer the book came to a close, I thought maybe she would see the light. But no, what do we get? A disney happily ever after ending....Wow. To deal with some difficult topics, such as loss and divorce, you'd think this novel could stick with some form of reality. If you're willing to settle for a less than ideal end, I'd suggest this book. Wait....I'd only suggest this book if it was free, you had nothing else to read, and were willing for a sorry ending. Zena, I love your other work. What happened?
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Loved how everything came together at the end
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was such a great story
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"Really? Mr. The Doctor Sir? Wow." Samuel says. "Samm." Ava says d samm grabs her hand and kisses her forehead.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A girl walks in. She is tall, with long blonde hair and dark green eyes. Those who knew Anya in the past would no longer recognize her. The light that once danced in her eyes is gone. Her long, purple dress has been replaced with a black outfit. With a flick of her wrist, she sends the room into darkness.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like i roleplay a man size wolf?
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*the statue crept behind him and its hand was mere centimeters away
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I love this author and enjoyed this book alot.
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This book is great..... you cant put it down even if you tried.... i have not gotten thru 500 pages faster...... please read.
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I actually have togo. Bbt