This novel is about a little girl named Willow O'Keefe who has Osteogenesis Imperfecta. When Willow experiences one of her worst "breaks," her parents, Charlotte and Sean O'Keefe, have to answer the hardest question of their lives: If they had known about Willow's disability sooner, would they have had the pregnancy aborted? Throughout this novel there are many unexpected twists and turns and you can hardly ever guess what is going to happen at the end. That is why I really enjoyed this book. It's easy to get bored with a book that is predictable and boring, but Handle With Care is definitely not one of those kind of books. I recommend this book to older teenagers and adults because I think that that age frame would get the most out of the actual story. Also, this book is a good read if you like a sincere family love story.