[Read] ➭ Room to Breathe ➵ Liz Talley – 52yinyin.info

Room to Breathe A Funny, Emotional Novel Full Of Southern Charm About A Mother And Daughter Ready To Start OverLiz Talley Delivers Her Dialogue Is Crisp And Smart, Her Characters Are Vivid And Real, Her Stories Are Unputdownable Robyn Carr, New York Times Bestselling Author For A Good Part Of Daphne Witt S Life, She Was A Supportive Wife And Dutiful Mother Now That She S Divorced And Her Daughter, Ellery, Is All Grown Up, Daphne S Celebrating The Best Part Of Her Life, A Successful Career, And A Flirtation With An Attentive Hunk Fifteen Years Her Junior Who Happens To Be Her Daughter S Ex BoyfriendEllery Is Starting Over, Too She S Fresh Out Of College Her Job Prospects Are Dim And To Support Her Fianc In Med School, She S Returned Home As Her Mother S New Assistant Ellery Never Expected Her Own Life Plan To Take Such A Detour With No Outlet For Her Frustration, She Lets An Online Flirtation Go A Little Too Far, Especially Considering Her Pen Pal Thinks He S Corresponding With Her MotherAs Love Lives Tangle, Secrets Spill, And Indiscretions Are Betrayed, Mother And Daughter Will Have A Lot To Learn Not Only About The Mistakes They Ve Made But Also About The Men In Their Lives And The Women They Are Each Hoping To Become Such unlikable characters. A delightful little book about finding yourselfno matter your age or your life stageDaphne and Ellerya mother and daughter duo for the ageswho are, unfortunately, both struggling with the not always fantastic life cards they were dealt Daphne was a lovely individual who, as a fellow peri menopausal mother, I could relate to on so many different levels She was a gem of a character I really enjoyed getting to know Her daughter, Ellerythe spoiled, over indulged only childwasA delightful little book about finding yourselfno matter your age or your life stageDaphne and Ellerya mother and daughter duo for the ageswho are, unfortunately, both struggling with the not always fantastic life cards they were dealt Daphne was a lovely individual who, as a fellow peri menopausal mother, I could relate to on so many different levels She was a gem of a character I really enjoyed getting to know Her daughter, Ellerythe spoiled, over indulged only childwas a character to which I could, embarrassingly, also relate In case you missed my point, I m also a spoiled only child well, I was These days I m a homeschooling momma of two teens and 4 dogs Please noteI don t homeschool the dogs Ellery was frustrating, sometimes annoying, and achingly familiar I remember having some of those same thoughts and taking some of the same actions when I was growing up Thankfully, I did grow up and shed those not so desirable traits Told from both women s POVs, this is a quick, engrossing read I truly enjoyed I think any mother and daughter could relate to these two women And while there is some romance, I d belikely to consider thiscontemporary women s fiction Is it predictable Oh yeson pretty much every level, but I enjoyed every character so completely, I honestly didn t mind The writing was fantastic and the story flowed so smoothly, I breezed through this sucker Very pleased with my Kindle First selection 3.5 stars rounded up Check out all of my reviews at TO BREATHE by Liz Talley is a new women s fiction novel focusing on a mother daughter relationship that is struggling with shifting roles.Daphne Witt was pregnant and married all before she finished high school She made the most of her life and for years was a supportive wife and mother While working part time at a pre school, she shares a story she wrote and illustrated It is sent by one of the other children s mother to a Check out all of my reviews at TO BREATHE by Liz Talley is a new women s fiction novel focusing on a mother daughter relationship that is struggling with shifting roles.Daphne Witt was pregnant and married all before she finished high school She made the most of her life and for years was a supportive wife and mother While working part time at a pre school, she shares a story she wrote and illustrated It is sent by one of the other children s mother to a publisher and suddenly she has a new career As Daphne finds herself flourishing, her husband and daughter are not happy to no longer be the sole focus of Daphne s attention.Divorced and moving on with her life, Daphne attempts to keep her close relationship with her 22 year old daughter, Ellery, but it is not working Ellery is Daphne s assistant to help with bills as she takes a year off after not receiving the internship she dreamed of and she resents it.Ellery has a plan that is piece by piece falling apart After the disappointment of losing the internship, she decides to come home to live with her pre med student fianc e Ellery has been spoiled her whole life and she is overspending, living on her father s money and not happy in her relationship or with her life in general, but she continues to deny there are any problems.Everything comes to a head on Ellery s 23rd birthday weekend at One Tree Estates Winery This story is easy to read and the narrative flows effortlessly while the characters all go through serious issues The focus is on Daphne and Ellery s relationship, but Daphne s ex husband and best friend all play pivotal roles is the misunderstandings and eventual healing I felt the emotions and dialogue were realistic and believable for each character I enjoyed this story and all of the memorable characters This was not worth the price I paid for itSorry, folks This was a freebie fromand I feel ripped off The plot, the characters, and the dialog all seem contrived and juvenile.

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