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Everybody Has Everything by Katrina Onstad

When a car crash leaves a couple as guardians of their best friends’ toddler, they realize only one of them wants to be a parent—despite years of attempts to have a family of their own.

Book cover of Everybody Has Everything by Katrina Onstad

When a car crash leaves a couple as guardians of their best friends’ toddler, they realize only one of them wants to be a parent—despite years of attempts to have a family of their own. Everyone will recognize the all too common yearnings and failings of two people trying to figure out what will make them happy and what’s really important, against a shifting landscape of job loss, work pressure and family changes.

Everybody Has Everything, Katrina Onstad, $23.