Mia is a different sort of woman, she has no use for marriage, and not really into God either, does not think about getting pregnant, she lives in a multi cultural neighborhood and "boom" the thing that women think will happen to someone else, happens to her. She is pregnant, she is unmarried, did not plan for this and neither did her boyfriend. When she faces the fact of a pregnancy alone, dealing with interesting friends, sudden cravings for meat as a vegetarian, as well as a very quirky mother, you get this funny book about pregnancy and one woman's journey that takes her where she never thought she would go.
It was very different for me to read a christian fiction book that was about a non-christian. There are some out there, I have read a few lately, but this one was a bit different. It was well written and had me cracking up the whole time. I am not sure what else is funnier than a book about pregnancy for a mom of four.....you just have to have experienced it and you are cracking up. I think I would have liked to see a bit more christianity in the story, but I felt like it was a good story of her journey and would appeal to a wider audience the way it is written.