Book Reviews of Mending Fences

Mending Fences
Mending Fences
Author: Sherryl Woods
ISBN-13: 9780778324577
ISBN-10: 0778324575
Publication Date: 10/1/2007
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 160 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 6
A wonderful story of friendship, children, and real life 'what ifs'. Just an extremely good read. Another Sherryl Woods hit!
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Helpful Score: 4
What a story of friendship! A strong loving friendship can handle even some of the most devastating events...could it even make it stronger?
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Helpful Score: 1
I have read many of Sherryl Woods book and I think this one has to be her best. Is it a moving story of friendship in both good times and bad. A must read!
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For ten years Emily Dobbs and Marcie Carter have been the closest friends. They've raised their kids together, shared joy and heartache,exchanged neighborhood gossip over tea. But when Marcies son, now a college freshman sports star, is arrested for date rape, the bond between the families could be shattered forever.
As the Carters try to deal with the unthinkable, Emily discovers her daughter has been hiding a terrible secret... asecret that treatens the future of both families. Recently divorced, Emily struggles to keep it all together--to support her terrified daughter, to maintain her friendship with Evan's mother and to have faith in tthe detective who could change all their lives.
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For ten years Emily Dobbs and Marcie Carter have been the closest of friends. They've raised their keds together, shared joy and heartache, exchanged neighborhood gossip over tea. But when Marcie's son, now a college freshman sports star, is arrested for date rape, the bond between the families could be shattered forever.
As the Carters try to deal with the unthinkable, Emily discoveres her daughter has been hiding a terrible seceret. A seceret that threatens the futures of both families. Recently divorced, Emily struggles to keep it all togeher. To support her terrified daughter, to maintain her friendship with Evan's mother and to have faith in the detective who could change all of their lives.
When things seem darkest, both she and Marcie discover that sometimes the first step toward a better future is mending fences with the past.
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A must read! I can't do this one justice in my own words, so here it is from the back of the book. I will say as I read this I felt like I was right there with the families.
Quoted from the back of the book:
"Two families bound by friendship, devestated by secrets.
For ten years Emily Dobbs and Marcie Carter have been the closest of friends. They've raised their kids together, shared joy and heartache, exchanged neighborhood gossip over tea. But when Marcie's son, now a college freshman sports star, is arrested for date rape, the bond between the families could be shattered forever.
As the Carters try to deal with the unthinkable, Emily discovers her daughter has been hiding a terrible secret... a secret that threatens the futures of both families. Recently divorced, Emily struggles to keep it all together- to support her terrified daughter, to maintain her friendship with Evan's mother and to have faith in the detective who could change all of their lives.
When things seem darkest, both she and Marcie discover that sometimes the first step toward a better future is mending fences with the past."