“Bundle of Joy: Jess’ Pregnancy Journal” is the diary of a sorority girl who gets pregnant during her sophomore year of college. When Jessica realizes she is pregnant she goes to a women’s clinic in search of an abortion but instead through a series of events decides to put the child up for adoption in hopes of making enough money to go to Europe over the summer with her sorority sisters that is if she can loose the baby weight fast enough because flabby tummies are so last season. After all girls who get good grades on their SATS donate their eggs to happy couples and make thousands, a whole baby has to be worth like twice that. Convinced by her therapist to keep a journal about her secret pregnancy, Jess details the experiences of her pregnancy and the adoption process as letters to her unborn child. To Jessica, the child growing in her womb initially is nothing more than an inconvenience and a potential pay day, but after time what started out as another one of her stupid mistakes turns out into the most rewarding experience in her shallow existence.
well, we all know that's not a hook.
I'm smelling "issue" book here and nothing makes me want to set something on fire faster than polemics.