Babies in Waiting - Rosie Fiore Reviews
Description:ISBN 0857389580 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Rosie Fiore / Paperback / 432 Pages / Book is published 2012-03-01 by Quercus
Newest Review: ... starting the book I found that Babies in waiting wasn't a story that instantly had me hooked, it took me a little while to ... more
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by - written on 23/04/13 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Babies in waiting by Rosie Fiore When I was pregnant I read loads of non-fiction books on all the ins and outs of pregnancy but I also wanted to settle down with a cup of tea and read something fictional yet still centred around big pregnant bellies. When I took to scouring Amazon it didn't take me long to stumble across Babies in waiting by Rosie Fiore and after reading some very positive reviews I decided to give it a go, and I was pleasantly surprised as it turned out to be a book that I just couldn't put down. --- Book synopsis --- Meet Louise, 38, Toni, 26 and Gemma, 18. They are all expecting babies in September. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/12 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Three women, three different situations, ages spanning three decades. Gemma, Toni and Louise don't have masses in common, but come into each other's lives when they all fall pregnant around the same time. With partners, parents, siblings and other friends not quite getting all that's going on in their heads...and in their tummies...the women quickly form a tight support network in which all their differences cease to matter. Told with each chapter alternating a point of view, this is an easy to read, entertaining book that makes good use of the women's individual stories to keep you interested. Posh girl Gemma is to be a teen mum, much to her parents' horror, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/12 (Very useful, 65 readings)
Meet Louise, 38, Toni, 26 and Gemma, 18. They are all expecting babies in September. One of them conceived in a hurry because she was running out of time. One of them fell pregnant to keep a man and one got knocked up by mistake after a one-night-stand. But none of them realized what they would come up against as they face nine long months of pregnancy, and the reactions of friends, family and colleagues. Meeting through an online forum, they form an unlikely but powerful bond. When it seems that all they have is each other, their lives will be thrown into turmoil, as a blast from the past threatens to destroy everything. Babies in Waiting is a heart-warming novel about . Read the complete review
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