Tagline: Madison was about to give up on love until an unexpected surprise changed everything...
Woman's World Tropes: Pregnancy reveal, marriage in trouble
Observations: I didn't love this story.
Here's the timeline as I understood it. Madison gets pregnant. She tells Logan. They decide to celebrate. (I'm assuming this was pretty early, definitely first trimester, because why wait weeks before you celebrate?) She makes a dress for the occasion. But before they can celebrate, she miscarries.
In my opinion, their devastation seems overblown. I mean, don't people know not to get too excited when they get a positive pregnancy test because most miscarriages happen within the first three months? Is that not common knowledge anymore? This is why, when I miscarried, I was disappointed not crushed. If Madison had been further along, if they'd known the baby's sex and so forth or if she'd had miscarriage after miscarriage and each time their marriage got a little bit weaker, I could see them getting hit hard, but such was not the case. Other people may feel differently based on their own fertility history, so take this with a grain of salt.
Putting the miscarriage aside, I also thought it was a bit odd that she designed a dress for "the night we were supposed to celebrate the expansion of our family." It might just be me, but my husband and I didn't choose a night to celebrate. Maybe you celebrate on the day you find out you're pregnant or the day you share the news with your husband, but to designate a certain night seemed strange.
There was a chunk in the middle where they recount the earliest days of their relationship and it felt a little "As you know, Bob...," stilted and unnatural.
Finally, back to the timeline. Four months ago they were intimate. So, she's probably known she was pregnant for a month or two. She doesn't tell him? She was willing to just go ahead and get the divorce without telling him she's pregnant? Sorry, that's not cool. I realize the pregnancy was supposed to be this nice surprise in the story, but I can't respect a heroine who would do that.