Top 10 Pregnancy Novels

 

Pregnancy is considered to be the best feeling for a couple. It brings them a lot closer and love for each other. Various authors have given their perspective on pregnancy through their writings. It has been done mainly for women who conceive the child. Some include the author’s experience, some include a story on it, or others give us some tips on the topic.

 

What to expect when you’re expecting

This book, written by Heidi Murkoff has five editions till now. It is considered the best book for first time moms both by the readers as well as the critics. It is the format of questions and answer that give information throughout every week of your pregnancy. It also includes physical and chemical symptoms and nutritional information.

Read it For:
All the necessary information that you require for pregnancy is mentioned here.
Don't Read it For:
might induce fear of complications
What makes this book stand out?:
The way it gives a solution to all our pregnancy-related issues including details for diet too.

The Unwanted Wife

Authored by Natasha Anders, this book outlines the troubles between a married couple because of different expectations. The husband wants a son, but because of his disillusionment, his wife only wants a divorce from him. Things tangle more when she gets pregnant, and her husband is unwilling to leave her

Read it For:
A rollercoaster of emotions, their ups, and downs. You will like how the storyline has been framed.
Don't Read it For:
It might seem too emotional at times.
What makes this book stand out?:
When one thinks they have lost, but that is the start of the win.

Never Too Far

Written by Abbi Glines, this story follows a girl who had been cheated by her lover and her emotional breakdown. She could not forgive him but had to move on in life, and so she comes back home.

Read it For:
The lesson of making yourself the topmost priority in your life.
Don't Read it For:
Characters have a bit less presence than expected
What makes this book stand out?:
The common problem that hits everyone at some point in life and how the protagonist goes through hers.

Until November

One of the well-known fiction books to read while pregnant. It is about a girl named November who works in her dad’s club and meets a man named Asher, who has never had any difficulty in wooing a girl until November.

Read it For:
Intriguing and full of thrills about love.
Don't Read it For:
Not really about pregnancy directly, a bit more on the love side.
What makes this book stand out?:
The outline of the characters and the narrative is very powerful.
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The Girlfriends’ Guide To Pregnancy

Vicki Lovine, the author of this book, has explored all the questions even the lesser asked one in this compilation. Every query related to pregnancy has been solved from the funny topic till the embarrassing questions.

Read it For:
One of the best pregnancy books. A partner for your nine-month journey.
Don't Read it For:
Some medical conditions are unresolved.
What makes this book stand out?:
Covering issues that are hilarious as well as the serious ones.

The Rocker That Holds Me

Terrie Ann Browning is the author of this novel. In this book, we follow a girl who has had an abusive childhood, and she becomes friends with four band members. She falls in love with one of them and then follows a twist of relationship and misunderstandings.

Read it For:
The prologue and end are very well-written, and the twists are heartbreakingly raw.
Don't Read it For:
Fast paced at times
What makes this book stand out?:
Gripping twists in the story.

Forever Too Far

Written by Abbi Glines, it is another novel in the ‘Too Far’ series. It is about a guy named Rush who loves a girl named Blaire. He is torn between his family on one side and Blaire on the other because he can only choose only one between the two. Blaire is pregnant with their baby. Have a read to know the end.

Read it For:
Endearing and well-detailed characters. The point of view has been very well set according to the critics.
Don't Read it For:
One of the characters named Nan sometimes makes it annoying.
What makes this book stand out?:
Wildly entertaining and grasping read, leaves the readers hungry for more.

Nobody’s Baby But Mine

Created by Susan Elizabeth Philips, this novel traces the want of a brilliant professor, Dr. Jane Darlington. She wants to conceive a baby bit must find someone who is more into physical activities. She was brainy throughout her life and was treated like a freak, so to stop this from happening to her baby, her path crosses with a sportsperson named Cal Bonner.

Read it For:
Light-hearted storyline and spiral plot, heart-throbbing towards the end
Don't Read it For:
It is hard to believe in the story according to some critics.
What makes this book stand out?:
Differently styled but entertaining plot.

Ina May’s Guide to Childbirth

This book tells us the small unsaid problems that women experience during pregnancy. It can get very intense, and the experience gives us unexpectedly important knowledge. It also answers our various pre-birth questions and how to prepare for the time.

Read it For:
A detailed guide on the biology of pregnancy as well as culture and environment for childbirth.
Don't Read it For:
Some health complications might not be addressed.
What makes this book stand out?:
An empowering preparation for childbirth for first-time moms.

The Belly Book

Written by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, this book prepares you for a healthier and happier childbirth. It is a day-to-day guide to your pregnancy period. It gives you important realizations and clarity on feelings, emotions, food planning, etc. Also, it has writing space for a journal to record your day-to-day activities like energy level, food intake, and baby names too!

Read it For:
Accounting all your experiences and knowing the relevant ones too.
Don't Read it For:
Empty space to write might be less for some people
What makes this book stand out?:
It would feel great when after some time of your childbirth, you will again read this journal and reminiscence about your experience.

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