Are You My Mother?

Narrated by: Caitlin Thorburn
Length: 13 hrs and 2 mins
4 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

From the age of 19, Emma Victor has had to bring up her much younger sister, Stella. It has shaped both their lives.

Now Stella is almost grown up, and Emma's nurturing instincts extend to her work as an aromatherapist and inform her relationship with the unreliable but irresistible Gavin. But something is missing, and Emma has to confront her deepest need - a need she's been denying for years - and embark on a search for her birth mother.

Are You My Mother? chronicles Emma's search for her birth mother and for a sense of her own place in the world in this compelling, funny and profoundly moving novel about love, identity and the need to belong.

©2002 Louise Voss (P)2017 Audible, Ltd

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  • 11-24-18

Not for me!

If you're looking for a slushy, fantasy life brain rot then this is for you. Accents were awful, characters dislikable and shallow and the main woman was also just full of self pity. It read like a whine