All We Could Still Have (Paperback)
In their attempts to have a child, a husband and wife must contend with personal desires, crossed boundaries, and broken trust as they reimagine what it truly means to be a family.
Nikki and Kyle Sebastian have a loving and healthy marriage. It's only missing one thing they want--children. When the couple is diagnosed with "unexplained infertility" and endures several failed rounds of IVF, Kyle, for both their sakes, is unwilling to bury them deeper in emotional and financial debt.
Desperate to have a baby, Nikki betrays Kyle's trust in an attempt to try IVF one more time. The choice fractures their once-stable union. Now burdened with suspicion, resentment, and further grief, their little family is falling apart.
Picking up the pieces of their broken home means reassessing their dreams for the future--dreams that Nikki's not ready to give up. If she can't find a way to forge a new path forward with Kyle, she may find herself alone at the end of the family tree she longs to help grow.