And Then There Were Four by Emma SuttonNewly-wed, Andy and Emma threw caution and condoms to the wind, ready to welcome their magic baby. You know, the one who rocks up the first time you have unprotected sex, carried by the optimism stork? They were excited and waited patiently.
Then somewhat forlornly.
They tried pillows and pee sticks, doctors and dowsing, before finally arriving in the Land of Adoption. After years as a couple, Andy and Emma found themselves with two toddlers practically overnight. And they had to pedal faster than Bradley Wiggins to catch up.
And Then There Were Four is an unforgettable, unputdownable roller coaster through the hilarious highs and pass-the-gin-now-the-tissues lows of infertility, adoption, and parenting.
What Readers Are Saying About And Then There Were Four
“One of the most beautiful love stories I’ve ever read. Emma dumps you right into her emotional experience, yet writes with such lightness as to keep your spirits up. This book is like your favourite pastime; time flies by because you’re so engrossed in the story. Delightful. Heart-filled.” Pam Burrows
“The bittersweet ambiance of this book grabs you very, very quickly: it’s hard not to get caught up in the moment, in the flow, in the too-painful-to-bear beauty of it. It’s written from the heart, raw and chatty . . . and what a heart!” Simon Raybould
“This book will strike a chord with any parent. It’s utterly compelling, witty and beautiful, achingly sad, and packed full of love.” Sarah Fox
“That’s not how I remember it.” Andy Sutton (Husband)
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Four teams left in the football championship, and a winter of yakkety-yak is the only certainty. Everything else was little ado about less. In Omagh on Sunday, 15, people paid in to see a glorified challenge game between Dublin and Tyrone. The Dubs ran out with a to win to confirm top spot in Group 2 of the Super-8s, and secure an All-Ireland semi-final against Mayo on Saturday. In a game where the two sides showed 28 changes between them, the pace never rose a hack canter. Had it been a training game the coaches would have whistled it to a stop and sent everyone back to the dressing rooms to start again.
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