Little Wonders

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Quinn Barrett has her life together. A pediatric surgeon husband, a picture-perfect house, a fulfilling career at an upscale design company, and a three-year-old son at a prestigious preschool. She even manages to be the president of the school’s parent group. But all that comes screeching to a halt when an unflattering video of her goes viral. As she becomes “Halloween Mom,” Quinn’s life completely changes overnight and she has to learn who she really is and who her true friends are.

This book was slow to get into, although the writing style was very conversational and natural. Things really took off around the half-way point when Quinn really started to transform and another mother, Daisy, starts a transformative journey of her own.

It was refreshing to see how a mom like Quinn, who comes across as a hard, fake, monster of a person in the beginning, became a regular human being on her own journey of growth and change.

It’s worth sticking with this book as it morphs into a tale of the power of female friendship and allies. This is definitely an enjoyable read.

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Author Kate Rorick
Star Count 3/5
Format Trade
Page Count 362 pages
Publisher William Morrow
Publish Date 17-Mar-2020
ISBN 9780062877215 Buy this Book
Issue August 2020
Category Popular Fiction


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