Publication Date: April 22, 2015
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes…
As Will and Sarah Price settle into being Mr & Mrs, they meet a stumbling block neither of them anticipated. All of their friends are starting families of their own, but not them, and not for lack of trying.
For them, their dreams of a happily ever after always included a baby. While Sarah struggles with the fear that her love isn’t enough, Will worries that she gave up too much for him. Neither know what to expect when they’re not expecting.
Together, they’ll learn that there is more than one way to build a family.
I’m going to do this a little differently this time. I want to talk to you only about this book, even thought it is the third book of the saga that is Will & Sarah.
I read Them first. I know, that’s weird, but I’m weird, so it’s okay. I wanted to see if this could really be read as a standalone. Sometimes even though you can read something by itself, it is lacking. Well, I won’t say that you don’t need to read Him & Her, because you TOTALLY should, but if you are strapped for time and you just want an ending, by golly, you get more than enough from Them.
Carey Heywood really doesn’t hold back on the emotional rollercoaster – FYI. I tried reading this book while I was on my lunch break – NOT a good idea. I ha to stop for fear of ruining my makeup and having coworkers look at me funny. The struggle of wanting and not having a baby is real. The feeling of failure, the guilt, the depression – all real. And Carey tells the story beautifully. The dual POV really cements the characters’ desires, fears, and needs in your heart. I feel blessed to have read Them, if only to have the insight into the thoughts of those around me going through something similar.
Do yourself a favor, grab the boxed set of Him & Her while it’s still FREE (or give a double dose of support this fantastic author and buy them separately) and then read Them. You will not regret it. 5 Cups.
About Carey Heywood
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author with six books out and many more to come. She was born and raised in Alexandria, Virginia. Ever the mild-mannered citizen, Carey spends her days working in the world of finance, and at night, she retreats into the lives of her fictional characters. Supporting her all the way are her husband, three sometimes-adorable children, and their nine-pound attack Yorkie.