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  • A emotionally charged story as well as a good read

    I Will Survive focuses on three mothers and their harried lives. Frankie, Alison and Kate all have children attending the same school and they become involved in some common activities, including play dates and the PTA, with all of the planning that ensues. Each woman is fighting the battle of motherhood, failing even. Kate is the most fragile of the three. Frankie is a single mum with very few maternal instincts. Alison is the over-achiever of the trio. Kate, Alison and Frankie become friends, something difficult but basically necessary. The issues they face have a sense of realism attached. Often they think of their lives Before The Kid. How many women have pondered that from time-to-time? Oh, plenty, I'm certain. Indeed having children changed their lives irrevocably, so what else is there to do but to handle the lives they lead now? It is not enough to take their children to and from school each day, but it is the other activities that end up bonding the women together. This is said to be a laugh-out-loud comedy, but I felt it fit more in line with women's fiction, as there was a fair amount of family drama involved. Yes, I smiled occasionally, but I very was involved in the stories and situations presented. Also, there was a touch of romance involved, and this was a nice addition to this warm and engaging story. I Will Survive takes an honest look at the stresses of motherhood. I loved this tender story by Pippa James. It was a quick and delightful read. For people like me who enjoy series, here's something to make you smile, there is a second book to follow. Many thanks to Bookouture and to NetGalley for this ARC to review in exchange for an honest opinion.

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