Read Reading What Mother Never Told Me By Donna Hill –

What Mother Never Told Me Raised in the Delta by her grandmother, Parris McKay has the voice of an angel and the promise of a bright, loving future with the man she adores But everything Parris believes about her life is rocked to the core when she discovers that Emma, the mother she believed dead, is very much aliveCompelled to discover the roots of this decades long deception, Parris goes in search of her mother in France, but the meeting only opens old wounds for them both Hurt and disillusioned, Parris finds solace in two new friends, Leslie and Celeste Both have difficult relationships with their own mothers, and both, like Parris, are coming to terms with a legacy of long buried secrets And as Emma returns to the States, spurring unexpected revelations, the bond that Parris, Leslie and Celeste forge will sustain them on a journey from heartbreak to healingCompelling, candid and wise, What Mother Never Told Me is an unforgettable story about the power of our pasts to define us and sometimes to hold us back It is a novel about abiding love and hidden truths, about family bonds that may be tested but never truly broken, about the lies that tear us apart and the friendships that can make us whole again

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10 thoughts on “What Mother Never Told Me

  1. Arlene Arlene says:

    I am giving this five stars My second rating of five for this year Although it was a little bit slow first it picked The things people keep from their own families, the longing for the love of parents lies, deception, forgiveness, the beauty of finding parental love at last A heartwarming journey of three friends What a beautiful ending but I guess this deserves a sequel.

  2. Bella Bella says:

    Good book It seemed to go slow then speed up in different parts I hopes forin the last chapter wrap up Maybe a second book going a little bit deeper in the characters since there were so many in the short book Overall good read.

  3. Ramese Ramese says:

    I almost didn t finish it, slow start but then it got good and I kept going until the end I wasn t prepared for the ending, that s good I never saw it coming

  4. Diane Collins Diane Collins says:

    Good sequel to the first book Rhythms I enjoyed both and really liked the ending

  5. Marilyn Sue Michel Marilyn Sue Michel says:

    A good emotional read I read it two years ago, four years after my mother passed She would have been 80 tomorrow Good for anyone contemplating family secrets.

  6. Nancy Nancy says:

    A little confusing for me first but enjoying the read

  7. Mrs Giggles Mrs Giggles says:

    What Mother Never Told Me was first published in trade paperback back in 2010, and it is only now that it is reissued in mass market paperback I didn t realize until after I ve started reading that this book is a re telling of the author s older story Rhythms What can I say I didn t really remember much of the previous book until things in this book make me go, Hey, this seems a bit familiar and check out my review of Rhythms Don t judge me, please

  8. Venessia Venessia says:

    This book was a real was slow to start but when it got going it was truly amazing Parris Mckay grows up in Rudell, MS raised by her grandparents after her mother s demise.or so she thought Her grandmother revealed on her death bed, a secret that would reveal generations of lies and deceit Paris decides to use the information she was given to go and see if her Mother, Emma, is still alive and if so, to get the answers that will heal her

  9. Toni Toni says:

    This book is about love, deception and the need for acceptance Parris McKay loves to sing and ventures to New York, only returning to Ruddell MS when the grandmother who raised her passes away After the funeral her grandfather gives her a letter from her deceased grandmother Everything for Parris has changed the mother she thought was dead is alive and living in Paris France.Parris makes the decision to seek her out, not knowing what she will find She

  10. Beth Wilson Beth Wilson says:

    great book about mother daughter relationships and how it brought these women together with a suprise ending There were no words to explain the wretched emotion of realizing that in the light of the eyes of the woman who gave you life, you had value Do you know what it feels like to not know who you are why you are Do you know what it feels like to have your own mother look at you with emptiness and shame Those who rely soley on looks rather than talent

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