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For My Daughters
For My Daughters
Author: Barbara Delinsky
Caroline, Annette and Leah St. Clair have spent their lives trying to escape the legacy of their wealthy, social-climbing mother, Virginia, a woman who had little time -- and even less feeling -- for her daughters. Though the sisters now consider themselves happy, each has lost a certain part of herself. Then, on the eve of her seventieth birthd...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780061092800
ISBN-10: 0061092800
Publication Date: 2/1/1995
Pages: 416
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 86 ratings
Publisher: HarperTorch
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette
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A very good read. I love a good romance novel that is deeper than just a romance. I love how Barbara can create such intricate stories that are so believable.
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I've read several books lately and this is definitely one of my very favorites. The ending is a little "pat" and comes out sweet, but by the end of the book I liked the characters so well that I WANTED them to have a happy ending!
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A wonderfully moving story about how our mistaken impressions can alienate us from the ones who truly love us most. 3 sisters dealing with the hurt & estranged feelings over their 'aloof' mother are brought together in their mother's final days & learn that not only do feelings run deep but life's reasonings sometimes run deeper.

Keep the tissue box handy because the connection you'll feel with these gals will bring your own childhood feelings to the surface.
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Moving tale of three estranged sisters that learn about themselves and their Mother-right before it's too late. A very good read.
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This is a wonderfully written story of a mother's love and need to reconnect with her grown daughters, who feel they were unloved and neglected by a cold and indifferent mother as they grew up. The three daughters not only grow close to each other but also find out why their mother was seemingly so distant. As they find out about their mother, they also discover things about themselves they were reluctant to admit. A really hard-to-put-down book ..... and you feel so good at the end.
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Oh!! what a LOVE story. Very romantic and dreamy.