Inconceivable!


Romance - Contemporary
354 Pages
Reviewed on 12/24/2015
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Reviewed by Bea Flores for Readers' Favorite

Inconceivable! by Tegan Wren takes place in a European country. It follows Hatty, a college student from Missouri, and the heir, Prince John Meinrad’s life. They met at a bar accidentally. It didn’t take long for them to fall in love with each other. Soon, when they realized they were both ready for a bigger responsibility, they decided to get married. However, like many other couples, they experienced a problem that would challenge their relationship — infertility. Hatty was unable to conceive and this caused John’s father and grandmother to file an annulment for them. Will John give in to his father and grandmother’s decision? Or will he fight for Hatty? Will they stay together?

This book was intense. I loved the way the author wrote it. It was very touching though at the same time funny. I loved the idea and the concept. It’s unique: a royal couple battling with infertility. Despite the awesomeness of the idea, I somehow felt bad knowing that there are many couples out there experiencing the same thing. I loved this book because it can open the minds of others. It can raise awareness of infertility. I also enjoy castles, princes and princesses. Though it may seem a lot like a fairytale, it’s a great read if you want to be temporarily distracted from reality. The book’s ending made me feel happy but at the same time sad. I was hoping for more. The cover is fantastic. It really gives readers the emotion and expression the book contains.