The realities of being single and pregnant are not sugarcoated in Sarah’s Choice. The protagonist’s struggle to do the right thing reinforces that her decision is not one to be taken lightly. The writing style is conversational, making it easy to engage in the novel. This story provides a bit of encouragement and hope to those facing a difficult decision.
Sarah Collins appears to be on the fast track to a promotion, which would allow her to pay off all her bills, buy a car and move. But her unplanned pregnancy throws things into chaos, and she doesn’t believe her boyfriend is prepared to be a father. After a stranger gives her a Christmas card, Sarah begins to have visions that include a child. Is God trying to tell her something, or is it hormonal hallucinations? (THOMAS NELSON, Jun., 320 pp., $15.99)