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The Godmother by Carrie Adams
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Jan 21, 09

really liked it
bookshelves: chick-lit, fiction
Read in January, 2009

I enjoyed this book more now than I think I would have if I had read it when I was younger, because as a woman in my 30's who's not married and has no kids but has friends with kids, I could relate to Tessa King. She just wants what's best for her friends...in her eyes. The book was an eye-opener in some ways and also heart-wrenching in other ways. Even though I knew something was going to happen to one of her friends because it said so on the back cover, I was still shocked at the one it happened TO and how. It made for a good ending though. I recommend this book to others like me who may be godmothers in the same situation, who may be sitting on the fence unsure if they want kids or who are "aunties" to many friends kids with no kids of their own. It's a good read, kept my interest throughout, and made me laugh and sympathize with the main character.
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