Book Reviews of The Real Mother

The Real Mother
The Real Mother
Author: Judith Michael
ISBN-13: 9780060599300
ISBN-10: 0060599308
Publication Date: 12/1/2005
Pages: 448
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 43 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Once again Judith Michael has come through with another page turner...It's been a long wait, but worth the read.
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A good read but not as great as the old school Judith Michael books
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ANOTHER BRILLIANT NOVEL FROM THE HUSBAND & WIFE TEAM.
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Lover is never the end of the story, only the beginning
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A novel of love, loss, and betrayal-holds your interest until the last page.
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Sara has been struggling to build a new life for herself and her ten year old brother Doug and teenage sisters Carrie and Abby, after she was forced to give up her dreams and come home to Chicago to take care of them. Now, Mack, the brother who had abandoned them three years earlier is threatening to undercut everything she does.
Good story, but could have been made more exciting.
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A thoughtful story of family unity and disharmony, this very readable novel is almost a page-turner.
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Great book about family and romance
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Excellent Book!
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Jidith Michael writes of family and love.Sara has been struggling to make a new life for herself and her three children. Good book, easy read.
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This book was like sitting down with a nice cup of coffee. it just felt right. Big sis sacraficed her future to take care of her siblings. She finally meets a man that is worthy of her love, But, she is a package deal. Enter the trials and tribulatoins of the rest of the family. How is that going to be solved?

Nice story, somewhat surprising ending.