Sharon struggled to become a Mom, dealing with the uncertain world of Infertility including three In Vitro Fertilizations, Tubal Pregnancy, and the Loss of a Pregnancy with twin boys at 19 weeks. That loss only made her more determined to become a Mom. Thankfully that dream became a reality due to International Adoption.
Part love story, part adoption memoir, and all heart, Mom at Last is the story of one woman’s fierce determination to become a mother. Full of setbacks and emotionally devastating pitfalls, ultimately the journey leads her to true love and pure joy.
• help to inspire women who find themselves on that sometimes difficult journey to motherhood
• give hope that motherhood is possible, no matter your age or background
• encourage women to never give up on their dreams, no matter if that dream is to become a wife, mother or just to be yourself.
• educate individuals & couples on the difficulty of pregnancy, IVF and the International Adoption Process
While every journey to motherhood is different, Mom at Last lets women know they are not alone in their journey towards motherhood.
“I read this book while on vacation and was overjoyed to have chosen such an excellent book (I don’t get much time to read on a regular basis, so quality matters!). I literally could not put this book down.”
“What a great read! Books like Mom at Last make me want to read more nonfiction. Being a mother to a two-year old, I could really identify with Sharon’s desire to become a mother.”