Sing You Home

From Paulette Aspesi
author: Picoult, Jodi
Sing You Home
Not one of her better books. Too pat. Too contrived. Too Pollyanna. Woman, Zoe, after ten years of marriage loses another child before it is born, and her husband, Max, feels that she no longer loves him so much as the wanting of a child. He divorces her and she finds love with a woman. Zoe & Max fight over three embryos and in the end he gives in, finds love with his sister-in-law and gives Zoe the embryos, and they all end up with the child growing up loving them all. SURE!

The Lonely Polygamist

From Rita Gross
author: Udall, Brady
The Lonely Polygamist
Golden Richards has four wives, twenty eight children, three homes, a failing business and a major mid-life crisis. Just multiply the entanglements of the usual American family novel by the power of four (at least), and you will have the depths of the problems that Golden Richards encounters. The story is told from the point of view of Golden, one wife, one child and a narrative voice. Sad and funny, it is a look inside an atypical way of life.