|Plot Summary of The Nine Month Plan|
Nina was just a little girl when her mother passed away and she took over the responsibility of raising her brothers. Now, her youngest brother is finally getting ready to head off to college in just a matter of months. When that happens, Nina can finally escape and travel the world like she always dreamed about.
Joey is Ninas best friend since childhood. They were always there for each other no matter what happened. Nina was there for him the night his fiancÚ changed her mind about getting married and decided to become a nun and Joey was there for Nina when her father was ill.
Joey wants nothing more than to be a father. He goes to Nina and asks her if she would have his child for him with no strings attached. At first, Nina said no. She did not want to have anything to do with bearing a child and was afraid she would be tied down. After some convincing and thought, Nina changes her mind and goes for it. She told Joey that she would have his baby for him.
Nina would be leaving within a few months, so they did not have time to go the red tape of clinical insemination, they needed to create this baby the old fashioned way by sleeping together. That act dredges up strong feelings that Joey or Nina don't want to admit to themselves or each other.
This synopsis report prepared by annie strasburg
|Chapter Analysis of The Nine Month Plan|
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Tone of book?
Time/era of story
- 2000+ (Present Day)
Is this an adult or child's book?
- Adult or Young Adult Book
Major part of story:
- artificial insemination (sex with robot?)
Sex in book?
What kind of sex:
- descript of kissing
Amount of dialog
- roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
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