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HILARY GROSSMAN

 

Plan Bea (2015)

 

Annabel O’Conner has a terrible relationship with her mother, Bea, and despite the fact there are many things going right in her life, like a supportive husband, two great kids, and an amazing job, she can't help but yearn for the mother she thinks she should have. One surprise call from Bea, requesting Annabel's help to organise her wedding turns Annabel's world on its ear.  Everything she thought she knows about her mother has flown out the window. This was a well-written story about the relationships between a mother and her child, and the misconceptions that happen over time. Surprisingly, I liked Bea a lot more than her daughter, although she was not the perfect mum she did what she could. Moral of the story - as parents we do the best we can, with what we know and when we know better, we do better. Great read! (KARM)

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