Mothers and Daughters: From the Sunday Times bestselling author comes the most captivating new family drama of 2022

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Mothers and Daughters: From the Sunday Times bestselling author comes the most captivating new family drama of 2022

Mothers and Daughters: From the Sunday Times bestselling author comes the most captivating new family drama of 2022

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I could not foresee how the story would progress and liked how the narrative shifted mostly between the three women. Although the relationship between the three women is at the heart of the story, other relationships are bought under the spotlight including marital problems, the issues facing blended families, control and abuse and deciding how much of your real self that you let others see. I wasn’t too fussed on Martha to start with, but she grew on me – Willow was a delight, although she let herself be walked over. Not so easy for Naomi who has happy memories in her home, along with the fact that she's now making a life for herself, and it's fascinating to see how that relationship with her daughters plays out. The writing in this book is so good and it’s full of characters I loved however the triggers in the book meant I had to take regular breaks.

The author of nineteen bestselling novels, and the winner of the 2006 Romantic Novel of the Year Award, Erica divides her time between Suffolk and Lake Como in Italy.I received a complimentary copy of this novel from HQ via NetGalley at my request and this review is my own unbiased opinion. They loved each other dearly and balanced one another out, with Martha being pedantic, sensible, prone to organizing everything, and Tom happy to cook and care for her when she needed it.

A keen gardener herself, Erica lives in Suffolk and has a fondness for Lake Como, Formula One motor racing and travel. But the one thing she has no control over is falling pregnant despite having been married ten months and both her and Tom keen for children. Since the sudden death of her husband, Naomi has steadily rebuilt the life they shared in the village of Tilsham by the sea. They had become an inconvenience and it seems as though the author didn’t really know what to do with them. Emotions boil over with these woman and soon there are secrets being told that Naomi had kept a long time about her husband, their father, add to this the stress with trying to fall pregnant for Martha and what is happening to Willow, this story becomes very emotional but a story that is told beautifully with care and thought, it takes in issues that are very prevalent in today’s world.This disparity between the siblings is reflected in their terse relationship, made even more strained when their mother reveals some secrets of her own. Erica James is the author of twenty-three internationally bestselling novels, with recent Sunday Times Top Ten bestsellers including Swallowtail Summer , Coming Home to Island House and, most recently the hardback bestseller, Letters from the Past . Partially set in the summer of 1981 when Prince Charles and Lady Diana are about to marry, Libby discovers her fiancé has been cheating on her. On reflection, I think it is quite interesting that an older character in the story connected with me the most.



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