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From the pens of five New York Times bestselling authors and seven nationally recognized authors of women's fiction comes this remarkable collection of twelve original short stories which rejoice in the love shared between mothers and daughters. Each author has collaborated with her own daughter on their story, inspired by real-life experiences. These tales reveal the dynaFrom the pens of five New York Times bestselling authors and seven nationally recognized authors of women's fiction comes this remarkable collection of twelve original short stories which rejoice in the love shared between mothers and daughters. Each author has collaborated with her own daughter on their story, inspired by real-life experiences. These tales reveal the dynamics of family, the bonds of love and the woman-to-woman heritage passed down from one generation to the next. "Mothers And Daughters" is a book to be cherished by mothers and daughters alike for years to come....

Title : Mothers and Daughters
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ISBN : 9780451197863
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 336 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Mothers and Daughters Reviews

  • Stacy
    2019-04-05 18:03

    I'm not really one for short story compilations, but I enjoyed this one. I got this book to read Diana Gabaldon's story. I love EVERYTHING she has written. I enjoyed her story very much. I enjoyed the others as well. There was a good mixture of writing in this book to hold everyone's attention.

  • Kimberly
    2019-04-18 16:51

    I got this book to read Gabaldon's short story and my rating is only based on her passage. The story "Dream A Little Dream For Me" is only 17 pages, incredibly short for Gabaldon, LOL. It's a cute story with a slight mystical/fantastical air about it and while I wasn't blown away by it, I did enjoy it and I'm glad I read it. (Note: The story isn't so much about a mother/daughter relationship)

  • Deanna Against Censorship
    2019-04-09 19:45

    Decided to read this because of stories by Diana Gabaldon and Faye Kellerman. Turned out to be a nice anthology, Loved Gabaldon's fantasy story. She never fails to write a good story. Faye Kellerman's entry was interesting with the method she used to include her young daughters in the writing process. She certainly gave us the teenage POS. Delightful. JA Jance's submission was more emotional, stiking real cords with divorced mothers. Well done.

  • Angie Bailey
    2019-04-02 20:04

    My daughter gave this book to me for Christmas. I am not as much a short story person as she is but it captivated my interest. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

  • Brenda
    2019-04-21 13:09

    This was a nice compilation of stories about the mother / daughter relationship. Multiple authors, writing styles, and approaches to the topic made this a unique and interesting book. Being a daughter, a mother of daughters, and a grandmother of grand daughters, I could relate to each of these stories in one way or another.

  • Sally
    2019-03-27 20:53

    I just couldn't put it down. I bought it for Kristin Hannah's contribution, but I loved it because of the diversity of all of the stories. Almost all gems, only two that I thought were just ok. This book is a hidden treasure.And it seemed perfect to me that it ended with Hannah's short story - beautiful.

  • Aretha Gaines
    2019-03-31 16:54

    I loved Kristin Hannah's story, but all of them were really good. My mother passed the book to me and I can't wait to share it with my daughter.

  • Lana
    2019-04-25 16:55

    I thought this collection was so-so. There were a couple of nice stories about the relationship between mother and daughter, but overall I wasn't fascinated.

  • Jessica
    2019-03-30 18:50

    Some of these stories were page-turning fabulous, some of them were, well, not as much. But of course, my favorite by far was Kristin Hannah's. Not that I expected any different!

  • Shirley Barnes Sandridge
    2019-04-04 14:00

    Don't bother.