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Watch Your Back (Romantic Suspense, #15; Baltimore, #4)
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Jonetta (ejaygirl) | 7619 comments Mod
Izzy has secretly been taking Cordelia for horse therapy instead of ballet. Was Stevie justified in being angry at her? Why do you think she was so clueless in general about her daughter?

Anita (anitanodiva) | 817 comments Yes, but Izzy knew that Cordie needed more than what she was getting from her therapist. Stevie had a lot going on in her life. Recovering from a life threatening injury and denying that all was not well with Cordie.

Charlene (charlenethestickler) | 1379 comments I think Izzy should have tried to have the discussion with Stevie, since they shared a house. Cordelia was in a fragile place, and perhaps her mother might have been able to learn and accept that eariler.

Anita (anitanodiva) | 817 comments Stevie was all about "everything is Okay, everything will be normal again" she just didn't want to see that what happened deeply affected her daughter and it deeply affected Stevie too.

Jonetta (ejaygirl) | 7619 comments Mod
I understood Izzy's decision, given Stevie's stubbornness and overall cluelessness with respect to her daughter. That said, she should have fessed up after the child began thriving. Cordelia would have then spoken for herself. Stevie had a right to be upset but she also needed to pay attention to why her sister felt the need to hide it.

Stevie wasn't focused on her daughter because she wasn't focused on getting well. Cordelia was suffering right along with her mother.

Anita (anitanodiva) | 817 comments Stevie felt a deep responsibility for what happened with Silas. She didn't see it, she couldn't prevent it and it threw her for a total loop. Going through the old cases was the only way she felt she could atone for what happened. Everything else was pretty much shut out for her, including Cordie.

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