Letting Go - Pamela Morsi Reviews
Description:ISBN 1551666561 / Paperback: 384 pages / Publisher: Mira Books / Published: 15 Aug 2003
Newest Review: ... it was reading of Ellen's bankruptcy and the shattering of not only her dreams for the future but those of her teenaged ... more
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by - written on 10/12/12 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Ellen Jameson's life has been going down the tubes for the last few years. She is a forty-something widow, left bankrupt following her husband's untimely death and along with her daughter and granddaughter, she is having to move in with her mother, Wilma. Unfortunately, Wilma has problems of her own, the main one being that she is currently threatened with eviction, so home for these four generations of females may only be a temporary abode at best. Ever the optimist, Ellen is the only member of the quartet who is even remotely facing up to the harsh realities of their situation as her mother and daughter seem to think that men will fix their money problems. It's ... Read the complete review
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