E–book [We Were Mothers]


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    Katie Sise Ø 8 characters review ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ø Katie Sise Summary We Were Mothers So I was going back and forth between a 2 and a 3 star for this one BUT I've been told that apparently I'm very critical of my books and am hard to please SO I'm looking at the positives of this one my friends This reminded me a little bit of Big Little Lies but unfortunately fell flat to that comparison But I loved the neighborhood mamma

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    E–book [We Were Mothers] Summary We Were Mothers We Were Mothers by Katie Sise is really of a domestic drama than anything It’s one of those that I like to think of as popcorn books that you grab your popcorn and sit back and watch the drama unfold before your eyes as you read This one really did deliver on the promised twists but a few of those may need to suspend disbelief a bitThe st

  3. says: E–book [We Were Mothers] Katie Sise Ø 8 characters Summary We Were Mothers

    Summary We Were Mothers Katie Sise Ø 8 characters E–book [We Were Mothers] 15 STARSLately I’ve done a terrible job choosing free Prime First Reads from My enjoyment of WE WERE MOTHERS was one star but I think Katie Sise’s novel is better than my enjoyment of itTold from multiple points of view WE WERE MOTHERS is full of characters I didn’t care about heavy on plot of cheating and lies and slow to grab interest The writing isn’t terrible but never pulled me in None of the characters felt uniue Sis

  4. says: Summary We Were Mothers E–book [We Were Mothers] Katie Sise Ø 8 characters

    review ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ø Katie Sise Katie Sise Ø 8 characters E–book [We Were Mothers] 25 do you love a soap opera story starsMy reviews can be seen here “Wasn’t that what mothers were there for? You could rail aga

  5. says: review ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ø Katie Sise Katie Sise Ø 8 characters E–book [We Were Mothers]

    E–book [We Were Mothers] Cora and her husband host a birthday party for their two year old twins and things go downhill uickly afterwards Cora discovers a journal of her neighbor's daughter that reveals a secret Soon after the neighbor's daughter goes missing As one weekend's events unravel the lives of multiple families are changed The story opens with a birthday party for toddlers where Cora has invited family and friends to celebrate her y

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    E–book [We Were Mothers] Katie Sise Ø 8 characters Desperately tries to be Big Little Lies and fails Awful characters terrible plot and lousy writing

  7. says: E–book [We Were Mothers] review ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ø Katie Sise

    E–book [We Were Mothers] SO MANY SECRETS“A brilliant twisty novel about a missing woman an unfaithful husband and the dark secrets that will destroy two perfect families”To be honest I was expecting another suspense novel that would keep my interest throw a few twists in and leave me forgetting it days later This is definitely not the case with We Were MothersThe story is complex and layered It’s a story about relationships secrets love and loss T

  8. says: review ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ø Katie Sise E–book [We Were Mothers] Katie Sise Ø 8 characters

    E–book [We Were Mothers] I struggled this month to choose my free prime book because there seemed to be several good prospects I'm slightly kicking myself that I went for 'We Were Mothers' as I found it very ordinary and a bit disappointing The opening pace was SO slow that I really found myself checking other reviews to see if there was any prospect of

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    Katie Sise Ø 8 characters review ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ø Katie Sise E–book [We Were Mothers] At first this gave me Desperate Housewives vibes but without the humor which then gave me Big Little Lies vibes ei

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    Katie Sise Ø 8 characters review ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ø Katie Sise Summary We Were Mothers Terrible I felt like I just read a screenplay for a really bad soap opera It was so bad I had to skim page after page because the dialogue and plot lines were so far fetched it literally felt like I was in a Days of our Lives storyline The author has potential but seriously I feel like I wasted two days on this drivel Skip this one

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Summary We Were Mothers

We Were Mothers Summary ´ 8 A brilliant twisty novel about a missing woman an unfaithful husband and the dark secrets that will destroy two perfect familiesA scandalous revelation is about to devastate a picturesue town where the houses are immaculate and the neighborhoods are tightly kni. 15 STARSLately I ve done a terrible job choosing free Prime First Reads from My enjoyment of WE WERE MOTHERS was one star but I think Katie Sise s novel is better than my enjoyment of itTold from multiple points of view WE WERE MOTHERS is full of characters I didn t care about heavy on plot of cheating and lies and slow to grab interest The writing isn t terrible but never pulled me in None of the characters felt uniue Sise did include twists and turns some felt stilted as if they were added for shock value The ending wasn t satisfying Check out some positive reviews Judging from reviews WE WERE MOTHERS was well received by many readers unless Sise has many friends and family Here s to better choices for October

review ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ø Katie SiseWe Were Mothers

We Were Mothers Summary ´ 8 T Devoted mother Cora O’Connell has found the journal of her friend Laurel’s daughter a beautiful college student who lives next door revealing an illicit encounter Hours later Laurel makes a shattering discovery of her own her daughter has vanished without. 25 do you love a soap opera story starsMy reviews can be seen here Wasn t that what mothers were there for You could rail against them you could blame them and you could hate them but you still needed their love the way you needed water Today I have a review for the book We Were Mothers I have to say that being a mother of four plus this gorgeous cover are what attracted me to this book by Katie Sise It was a different type of book for me as I am not often attracted to the soap opera type of readThere was much going in this upscale neighborhood of Ravenwood that housed secrets than the CIA Behind those beautiful closed doors and homes were secrets buried intentions and concealed feelingsThis story is told from four multiple points of view One of the ladies of the community was Cora mother to twins You probably have meet her type the type who hovers over her children and who would not let a non organic product pass her children s lips Sarah was Cora s mother Her husband left her for a much younger woman and to add to the tragedy of her life her daughter Maggie died in a tragic car accident at age twenty two There was also Jade who was Maggie s best friend and later married Jeremy a man who survived the horrific car accident that killed Maggie Jeremy was handsome a Matt Damon look alike but full of himself possessing the personality of a rat Then there was Laurel married to a surgeon but who has a very disturbing relationship with him Also presented are the Laurel s daughters who add their fair share of drama to the storyAll in all the men in this story were rubbish and the women bore the lives that had been given them each bearing secrets that they knew plus those that they thought they knew Lots of twists happening within this story which kept the telling pretty uick and moving forwardWhat didn t work in this book was that there was just too much going on It was like a witch s brew where stuff was thrown together in the hopes that something magical would arise It was a soap opera in words The angst and the drama were on overload and the implausibility levels were high Many times I had to say the word really that is how implausible some circumstances were It was just too muchAll in all this was not a bad read just a mediocre one Recommended to those who like the soap opera in their stories or to those who like a uick bit of fluffy reading and let s face it at times we all need a bit of fluff in our reading at timesThank you to Katie Sise Litte A and NetGalley for a copy of this book

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We Were Mothers Summary ´ 8 A trace Over the course of one weekend the crises of two close families are about to trigger a chain reaction that will expose a far disturbing web of secrets Now everything is at stake as they’re forced to confront the lies they have told in order to surviv. I struggled this month to choose my free prime book because there seemed to be several good prospects I m slightly kicking myself that I went for We Were Mothers as I found it very ordinary and a bit disappointing The opening pace was SO slow that I really found myself checking other reviews to see if there was any prospect of it picking up I would say I was over a third of the way through before it became even slightly interesting I m not a fan of multi narrative stories at the best of times even less so when the author doesn t give each character their own voice or point of view so I m left thinking Which one is this again far too often The first third takes place at a birthday party in a nice suburban setting where a group of couples are celebrating the second birthday of the twins of one couple That third is just an information overload like an overly long Here s what happened in the last episode at the beginning of a seuel All you really need to know at that point is that a lot of the characters are linked by the death of a girl called Maggie six years earlier and what you ll soon learn is that none of the people playing happy families are as happy as they d like you to thinkOnce the book gets going though it flies along with head spinning pace that s completely out of time with the plod plod of the opening The women are all saps the men are all bastards at least that seems to be what it all comes down to Not so much We Were Mothers as We let Motherhood get in the way of common sense and self preservation Do I believe one small group could ever blow up in such a major way in just a few days No it s all a bit too hard to swallow really But fiction doesn t need to be believeable does it

  • Kindle Edition
  • 299
  • We Were Mothers
  • Katie Sise
  • English
  • 12 August 2020
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