Sunday, January 29, 2012

January 2012 Book Review

Who Loves You Best by Tess Stimson
General Subject Matter: Motherhood and Relationships, Fiction
Price: $15.00 at Target
Rating: 5 out of 5
Book Summary: Clare Elias, a successful business woman in a happy marriage with her husband Marc faces motherhood for the first time with not just one baby, but two. Just when her life seems to be the definition of perfection, she faces some not so perfect situations. Struggling with her inner thoughts about hiring a full time nanny and facing tough decisions regarding her marriage, will she be able to hold it together? And how will it all pan out? "Wise, witty, and powerfully emotional, Who Loves You Best captures the working mother's joys and frustrations--as well as the guilty secrets of nannies--in a tale that is surprising to the very end."
My Opinion: This book was seriously good! It has some of the questions we as mothers ask ourselves all the time regarding childcare and our careers. It was full of complicated and intriguing relationships from the main character Clare, to the young and feisty nanny Jenna. I read this book in about a week. It was so hard to put down and it always left me wanting more. What I love most about it is that it doesn't have that "fairytale" feel to it. The situations and ending decisions are very realistic and powerful. I highly recommend this book to any woman looking for an emotional and exciting read.

Learn more about Tess Stimson and discover her other books here.

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