Magazine editor Georgie doesn't want to have kids but her best friend Nina is desperate to start a family. But several attempts at IVF have failed and she has been told she is unlikely to maintain a successful pregnancy. So when Nina asks Georgie to carry her baby as a surrogate, what's a girl to say? As Georgie comes to grips with her world being turned upside down, the last thing she wants is to morph into someone like her other friend, Ellie, who takes professional mothering to a whole new level. Meanwhile, Georgie is digging in her heels as her Jolie magazine is brought into the digital age. While I enjoyed the work setting, I didn't really warm to Georgie, who comes across as self-absorbed and a tad irresponsible for her age and profession. While I absolutely loved the surprise turn the plot took and Sams' writing impressed, the rest of the story just didn't break any new ground to make it stand out for me.