Annatha Wolcott, a rebellious young woman, seeks to terminate an unplanned pregnancy. She inadvertently meets Wendy Malloy, a zealous pro-lifer who has other plans and lures her into a trap from which there is no escape.
Annatha's disappearance lands in the lap of FBI agent Rachel Ward who works tirelessly to find the missing girl. A pregnancy complication threatens to undo Wendy's plans and unbeknownst to agent Ward, turns the investigation into a race against time.
Each character is faced with difficult situations that seem irreconcilable. The characters in Gestation must choose their paths in the hope of finding the one with least resistance. However, sometimes the supposed easier way leads them to what appears to be insurmountable odds.
As often happens, their choices clash and a battle of wills results with no consideration for compromise. When an unborn life is involved, personal judgments and morality create the foundation from which their actions are justified and even glorified as divine. In Gestation, you will journey through the lives of these characters who suffer nightmarish consequences from their life choices.