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Review Lehmann-Haupt reminds women that sometimes baby makes two, not three, and that in either case, they won't be going at it alone.??-?The New York TimesAn accessible, insightful look at?today's modern families.???- Kirkus Book ReviewA must-read for everyone interested in exploring more choices in her life.- Louann?Brizendine, M.D., author of the international bestseller?The Female BrainA talented writer and fierce feminist...[Rachel] is a woman who dares to be different.?- Gail Sheehy, author of New York Times bestseller?Daring: My Passages: A MemoirA mix of science, statistics, interviews and personal narrative form this valuable guidebook...informative and frank...Lehmann-Haupt makes a compelling case for education and preparation.?-?Publishers WeeklyThis book offers extraordinary, fresh, and well-synthesized information that will be useful to doctors, therapists, women, and couples who are striving to understand the complex worlds of fertility and relationships. ?-?Mary Pipher, author of?Reviving Ophelia??...a fun, touching, and fascinating trip through the brave new world of technologically enhanced maternity. Lehmann-Haupt hits the zeitgeist and walks women through a new set of choices--all designed to provide more options, happiness, and, ultimately, freedom. A great book for moms, moms-to-be, and women who don't want to stop living life to the fullest. ?-?Rebecca Walker, author of?Baby Love: Choosing Motherhood After a Lifetime of AmbivalenceWith?In Her Own Sweet Time?Rachel Lehmann-Haupt achieves something quite difficult: she confronts the issue of coming up against the biological clock and explores the field of fertility technology in a way that is readable, relatable, and engaging.?-?Naomi Wolf, author of?Give Me Liberty Read more

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