Essence® best-selling author Gwynne Forster crafts this moving look at a woman’s troubled relationship with her mother. Kendra’s mom Ginny has let her down her whole life. Yet even now, at 33 years old, Kendra can’t say no when her mother asks for help. So, determined to finally distance herself from Ginny’s lies, Kendra starts seeing psychologist Sam Hughes. Through Sam, Kendra finds stability, independence, and even a chance at love. But when her mother returns more desperate than ever, Kendra’s newfound strength is put to the ultimate test.
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The book was a very slow read and it didn't really have a good ending. Also the ending did not make me believe that there would be a sequeal. What really happened with the Mother?
The Otherside of Goodness
Yes, she is an excellent narrator
Not for me
Her mother is not the normal person and the daughter is too naïve.
Not very well for a well known narrator.
The storyline was very boring. Her mother harrases her for money a couple times then it goes on and on detailing this boring love affair that never really gets started.
No never, I don't know how this even got published! I selected it because the narrator was one of my favorites.Now I know you can't use that as a way of selecting a good audiobook. I want my credit back. This was the worst book I ever attempted to listen too.
AUDIBLE MAKES READING POSSIBLE AND EASY FOR ME...I AM VISUALLY IMPAIRED. I WISH THEY HAD ALL THE BOOKS I WANT I WOULD SNAP THEM UP!
yes. not right away tho. it was enjoyable.i like to reread books i enjoy.
the incidents with "mommy dearest". she was so bold.
no particular scene. i enjoyed the entire book
ginny. she was so bold. she added a little excitement to the story that kept the story churning.
i liked the way the realtionship between sam and kinda developed. it was not rused into. and it was very natural.
Tell us about yourself! Love listening to books in the bathtub and in the bed before I go to sleep, love James Burke, and John Grishman
The story was a little week, keep waiting for it to get better
None didn't have a problem with the narration
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