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[Ebook] ➭ Secret Confessions of the Applewood PTA ➬ Ellen Meister – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us

Secret Confessions of the Applewood PTAWhen A Hollywood Location Scout Comes To Applewood, Long Island, And Announces That The Local Elementary School Might Make The Perfect Backdrop For An Upcoming George Clooney Movie, The PTA S Decorum Crumbles Like A Cookie From Last Week S Bake Sale.Enter Maddie, Ruth, And Lisa, Three Women Who Become The Glue That Holds The Project Together, Forging A Bond Of Friendship Stronger Than Anyone Could Imagine And Not A Moment Too Soon, As Marriage Woes, Old Flames, And Scandalously Embarrassing Family Members Threaten To Tear Each Of Them Apart Is Their Powerful Alliance Strong Enough To Overcome The Obstacles To Getting The Movie Made In Their Town And Will Their Friendship Be Enough To Mend Their Hearts And Homes Join Them As They Reach For The Stars And Try To Pull Off A Hollywood Ending Of Their Own.At Once Tender And Hilarious, Secret Confessions Of The Applewood PTA Is A Captivating Story That Turns Suburbia Upside Down With Humor, Heartache, And Heat Than One PTA Can Hold.

[Ebook] ➭ Secret Confessions of the Applewood PTA ➬ Ellen Meister – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us
  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • Secret Confessions of the Applewood PTA
  • Ellen Meister
  • English
  • 23 September 2018
  • 9780060824815

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] ➭ Secret Confessions of the Applewood PTA ➬ Ellen Meister – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us


  1. says:

    What you notice first and foremost about Ellen Meister s debut novel is how humane she is as a writer The women she writes about are real they are not caricatures, they are not stereotypes Instead they fall down, they embarrass themselves, they lose control They lust, they fight, they envy, they are jealous They are passionate, they are smart, they love Basically, they are human And in that, we love them and we root for them And when the book is at its end, we have a hard time letting them go Hard for me to say which of the three main characters is my favorite is it the brilliant Maddie, who loses some of her self esteem over the years when she believes that her marriage is broken beyond repair Or is it quiet and unassuming Lisa, who seethes beneath the surface after a lifetime of taking care of her selfish mother Or is it Ruth, who lost not only her husband but also the better part of herself after his stroke The truth is, they are all my favorites I cheered when Maddie realized that her marriage was only wounded from a bit of overuse, and when Lisa realized that she is her own best mother, and when Ruth regained the love of herself and all of the glories she has to offer the world I cheered because I felt genuine affection for all of these women I cherished their success and felt comforted by their friendship But don t let ...


  2. says:

    The big seller of this one Simple Read by Lisa Kudrow on the CD case.Alas, even the amazing Lisa couldn t save this boring book Maybe I should reserve judgment until I m a sex starved, insecure mother of 3 involved in the PTA.Nah.


  3. says:

    OKit may be a complete indulgence that I give this book 5 stars, but it was thoroughly entertaining The characters are equally flawed, inspiring, and hilarious.A quick, enjoyable read.


  4. says:

    This book had me laughing out loud at some points, crying at others I loved some characters and hated others, but I think that everyone recognizes someone they know in them This book was like a breath of fresh air for m...


  5. says:

    One word bad.


  6. says:

    This book was total trash It was an embarrassment to women Seriously it treated women like we are no than dogs in heat, unable to control any passion I was very disappointed.


  7. says:

    I picked this up at the library, looking for a fun chick lit to quickly read that would give me a good time This had all the workings of just that sort of book but it fell a bit flat There were inconsistencies between how the main characters were introduced to us and how they really were I liked our 3 main women Maddie, Lisa, and Ruth overall, and I liked that they seem pretty real in that they are regular , flawed individuals However, why didn t we get story on Beryl And Ruth was introduced as if we weren t supposed to like her because she was flashy and obnoxious A...


  8. says:

    This was a pretty terrible book I listened to it on CD or I never would have made it as far as I did It wasn t just a fluffy beach read, it was downright pointless Every other chapter was a completely graphic sex scene of someone cheating on their spouse And the moral of the story Your husband has a stroke and can t move Cheat on him Your lover disses you Cheat on him too Scream at the girl he ends up getting engaged too Make a giant mes...


  9. says:

    Silly, stupid and predictable Trots out every tired cliche alcoholism, affairs, strokes, cancer, sexual dysfunction, sexual identity, suburban skulduggery, and George Clooney Actually, that list is interesting than the book trust me Don t waste time or brain cells on this sorry mess.


  10. says:

    After hearing much praise, I picked up Meister s debut novel I must say I was not disappointed I thought the book was well paced, carefully crafted, and excellently delivered The book has a lot of heart, makes y...

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