Book Reviews of Empty Cradle

Empty Cradle
Empty Cradle
Author: Karen Harper
ISBN-13: 9781568656199
ISBN-10: 156865619X
Publication Date: 1998
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 2
Just before Geoff McCall died during the Gulf War, he had some of his sperm frozen so in case something tragic happened to him, his beloved spouse Alexis could still have the child they always wanted. Alexis, a TV anchorwoman, turns to the Santa Fe Evergreen Clinic for help.
The clinic, run by Doctors Nathan and Jasmine Stanhope, are on the cutting edge of fertility research. Initially, Alexis is elated with what the charismatic medical duo tells her. However, after becoming pregnant, she begins to see a nightmarish side to the clinic. She turns to nearby art dealer, Nick Destin, who she once did a TV piece on, for help. As their feelings for each other grows, so does the danger. Someone(s) wants to insure that the deepest skeletons of the New Mexico fertility clinic remains buried in the sands.

Karen Harper is one of the more dependable writers of romantic suspense in the nineties as her books are always top rate. Her current novel will please the fans of the genre as the lead protagonists are wonderful and very believable, The story line is fast-paced and loaded with suspense, especially having a vulnerable pregnant woman struggling against a highly regarded medical institution. EMPTY CRADLE is a fulfilling terrifying yet romantic tale.
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Helpful Score: 1
This was an interesting book on IVF and was a real suspense thriller. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
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Just before Geoff McCall died during the Gulf War, he had some of his sperm frozen so in case something tragic happened to him, his beloved spouse Alexis could still have the child they always wanted. Alexis, a TV anchorwoman, turns to the Santa Fe Evergreen Clinic for help.
The clinic, run by Doctors Nathan and Jasmine Stanhope, are on the cutting edge of fertility research. Initially, Alexis is elated with what the charismatic medical duo tells her. However, after becoming pregnant, she begins to see a nightmarish side to the clinic. She turns to nearby art dealer, Nick Destin, who she once did a TV piece on, for help. As their feelings for each other grows, so does the danger. Someone(s) wants to insure that the deepest skeletons of the New Mexico fertility clinic remains buried in the sands.

Karen Harper is one of the more dependable writers of romantic suspense in the nineties as her books are always top rate. Her current novel will please the fans of the genre as the lead protagonists are wonderful and very believable, The story line is fast-paced and loaded with suspense, especially having a vulnerable pregnant woman struggling against a highly regarded medical institution. EMPTY CRADLE is a fulfilling terrifying yet romantic tale.
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This is a suspense that keeps you on the edge of your seat.
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FANTASTIC READ
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Lots of intrigue but the book was slow-moving at times.
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I have read many Karen Harper books and this stands out. Read fast due to suspense.
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Lots of characters, good setting, a little formulamatic but enjoyable.
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Determined to conceive a baby she so passionately wants, a widowed TV anchorwoman turns to a fertility clinic for help. Located in scenic New Mexico, and run by a charismatic husband-and-wife team, the Santa Fe Evergreen Clinic seems to be the answer to her prayers. But all is not right here...and when she stumbles on the truth about this isolated facility, the scandal could rock the industry - and put her own life at risk!
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good book.
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good book fun to read