Immaculate Conception by I. J. Miller (Book Review #672)

Immaculate Conception is a fictional story about two women who happen to have a baby together by using a surrogate. However, the biological father ends up making their lives hell forcing them to move countries. However, he does not stop there.

The story demonstrates how far two mothers go in order to keep their baby safe and to create an environment just to give him a happier life. I found the nature of the book to be filled with drama, excitement and thrill. The literature beautifully describes emotions that represent loving parents, and I found the story to be very compelling to read.


The pace was steady, and the story uniquely demonstrated love. I would recommend this book to people who like to read fictional stories about parenting.


Many same-sex couples wish to have children and can possibly go through just as much trouble just to keep their family safe. For this reason, I found the story to be relatable and was able to connect with the characters and the plot.


I look forward to reading more from this author.


Written by Jeyran Main



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