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An engrossing and thought provoking novel that examines the intricacies of marriage, friendship, and the power of unexpected connections… Annabel Ford has everything under control, devoting her time to her twin five-year-old boys and to keeping her household running seamlessly. So when her husband of a decade announces that he’s leaving her, without warning, she’s blindside An engrossing and thought provoking novel that examines the intricacies of marriage, friendship, and the power of unexpected connections… Annabel Ford has everything under control, devoting her time to her twin five-year-old boys and to keeping her household running seamlessly. So when her husband of a decade announces that he’s leaving her, without warning, she’s blindsided. And suddenly her world begins to unravel. Single mother Piper Whitley has always done her best to balance it all—raising her daughter Fern by herself and advancing her career as a crime reporter. Only now that she’s finally met the man of her dreams, Fern’s absentee father arrives on the scene and throws everything into a tailspin. Married to the heir of a thriving media conglomerate, Mackenzie Mead has many reasons to count her blessings. But with an imperious mother-in-law—who’s also her boss—and a husband with whom she can no longer seem to connect, something has to give. On the surface, these three women may not have much in common. Yet when their lives are thrust together and unlikely friendships are formed—at a time when they all need someone to lean on—Annabel, Piper, and Mackenzie band together to help each navigate their new realities.


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An engrossing and thought provoking novel that examines the intricacies of marriage, friendship, and the power of unexpected connections… Annabel Ford has everything under control, devoting her time to her twin five-year-old boys and to keeping her household running seamlessly. So when her husband of a decade announces that he’s leaving her, without warning, she’s blindside An engrossing and thought provoking novel that examines the intricacies of marriage, friendship, and the power of unexpected connections… Annabel Ford has everything under control, devoting her time to her twin five-year-old boys and to keeping her household running seamlessly. So when her husband of a decade announces that he’s leaving her, without warning, she’s blindsided. And suddenly her world begins to unravel. Single mother Piper Whitley has always done her best to balance it all—raising her daughter Fern by herself and advancing her career as a crime reporter. Only now that she’s finally met the man of her dreams, Fern’s absentee father arrives on the scene and throws everything into a tailspin. Married to the heir of a thriving media conglomerate, Mackenzie Mead has many reasons to count her blessings. But with an imperious mother-in-law—who’s also her boss—and a husband with whom she can no longer seem to connect, something has to give. On the surface, these three women may not have much in common. Yet when their lives are thrust together and unlikely friendships are formed—at a time when they all need someone to lean on—Annabel, Piper, and Mackenzie band together to help each navigate their new realities.

30 review for Some Women

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bethany Clark

    Hands down this is one of my Top Picks for 2016. I picked this book up just a few days back and I have not been able to put it down ( I have been able to do a lot of reading at work as well, shhhh LOL). There are so many important topics that are raised through out the walls of each page - unexpected friendship, parenthood, intimate relationships, marriage, trust and those are just a few of the many. I think I have a bond with each of these main characters in different ways. Annabel is a mother Hands down this is one of my Top Picks for 2016. I picked this book up just a few days back and I have not been able to put it down ( I have been able to do a lot of reading at work as well, shhhh LOL). There are so many important topics that are raised through out the walls of each page - unexpected friendship, parenthood, intimate relationships, marriage, trust and those are just a few of the many. I think I have a bond with each of these main characters in different ways. Annabel is a mother that had always been perfect, to the point that it started to drive a wedge between her and her family. I tend to have that issue from time to time. I am a mother and I know what needs to be done and sometimes that is all that is on my mind and I forget that sometimes you just need to go with the flow. It will all get done in time. Piper and I had a special bond - she is a single mom and does everything on her own with very little help. She has been the provider for her daughter for many years. She has met an amazing man, Todd, who wants desperately to be her rock and take care of her and Fern. I have been a provider for my 3 children for many years, yes I have help but I do a lot of it on my own and I am venturing into the dating world and hope to find someone like Todd. Mackenzie is the girl that I have always wanted to be. She is strong, smart, caring, brutally honest and a true fighter for herself and her friends. I look up to her in so many ways and I see a piece of her in myself! It's hard to believe that these women have not been friends for years! It was fate that has brought them together and it is a special bond that will keep them friends for life. Through their many ups and downs they always had each others back and were the only people each could turn to in times of need. I couldn't recommend this book more highly if I tried. I am deeply saddened that it is done but I am glad that I had a chance to enjoy each and every page.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mrs Mommy Booknerd http://mrsmommybooknerd.blogspot.com

    Liebert really understands the inner workings of women and because of that she is able to write compelling and thought provoking books that touch my heart. She's able to write very different characters, all in which you can feel for, root for and connect to and somehow bring them all together in a story that kept me turning pages well past my bedtime. Bravo, Liebert on another HUGE 5 star hit! This is a great book for Spring and a wonderful book club selection!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Fictionophile

    They say that big 'life changes' are some of the most stressful events in people's lives. Marriages, divorces, births, deaths, moving, new jobs, etc. This is the story of three very different women - though they share the common female need to be loved, to be good parents, to be successful, etc. Three women who find that during the time they need friendship the most, they are there for each other. First we meet Annabel Ford. Once a successful businesswoman, she has given up her career to be a stay They say that big 'life changes' are some of the most stressful events in people's lives. Marriages, divorces, births, deaths, moving, new jobs, etc. This is the story of three very different women - though they share the common female need to be loved, to be good parents, to be successful, etc. Three women who find that during the time they need friendship the most, they are there for each other. First we meet Annabel Ford. Once a successful businesswoman, she has given up her career to be a stay-at-home, full-time mother. She is married and has twin boys, age five. A perfectionist, she tries to 'do it all' and 'be it all' for her family. She has become a tad overwhelmed and has become (according to her husband) a 'miserable' complainer. Then - out of the blue - her husband Henry packs a suitcase and leaves her! Second we meet Piper Whitley. Piper is a single mom who cherishes her ten year old daughter, Fern, and enjoys her career as a crime reporter. Then she meets Todd. He seems perfect. A dentist with a big house who wants nothing more than to be a member of their little family. Then, just as Todd is moving in, Fern decides she wants to meet her birthfather... Thirdly we meet Mackenzie Mead. Once a very successful television news producer, Mackenzie is now married to Trevor, the heir of a publishing conglomerate. She is now working for her demanding mother-in-law in a job she has come to enjoy. She is a southern girl, a good cook, and, most importantly, she is trying to get pregnant! When these three disparate women meet at an exercise class in suburban Connecticut, their lives are enriched with friendship that will stand the test during turbulent times. If there is a theme to this novel, it is that friendship is therapeutic when you're experiencing troubled times. Times that illuminate just WHO your real friends are - as the 'fair weather' friends seem to dissolve into the woodwork. A novel of friendship, betrayal, parenting, loyalty and self-acceptance. An easy and satisfying read - enjoyable women's fiction. A contemporary story about three very 'real' women. 3.5 stars Thanks to Berkley/NAL via NetGalley for supplying me with a digital ARC of this novel for review.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Montanaro

    Great quick read! I love that even though this book falls into the category of chick lit, it is not necessarily a romance. It follows the friendship of three women who meet and become each other's rocks during a time when they all need someone to lean on. I really enjoyed watching the friendships develop, and I enjoyed all of the backstories for each one of the women. This is my first book by Emily Liebert, but it will not be my last!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Loretta Rinzel

    It was a gentle read between the 3 women of the story that evolved around love, deception, heartache and divorce. Was a good book

  6. 4 out of 5

    Molly

    This book is cheesy and the writing isn't great but I like the characters and I like a tidy book sometimes. It was not realistic at all!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Judy Collins

    Talented Emily Liebert delivers her charming fifth novel, SOME WOMEN -a contemporary chick-lit of three different strong women, each confronted with a major life-altering changes and decisions. With honesty, wit, and new friendships, an inspiring book of reinvention--a nice choice for your summer beach bag. (Stunning cover). Meet Annabel, Piper, and Mackenzie: Annabel, appears to have it all together. From her twin five year old boys, organization, and a home run with finesse. Until her husba Talented Emily Liebert delivers her charming fifth novel, SOME WOMEN -a contemporary chick-lit of three different strong women, each confronted with a major life-altering changes and decisions. With honesty, wit, and new friendships, an inspiring book of reinvention--a nice choice for your summer beach bag. (Stunning cover). Meet Annabel, Piper, and Mackenzie: Annabel, appears to have it all together. From her twin five year old boys, organization, and a home run with finesse. Until her husband makes the announcement. He is leaving. What the heck? Piper, is a single mom to her daughter, Fern. She juggles all sorts of things, from a hectic career as a crime report, plus her issues with daughter and new man of her dreams, Todd. Fern’s absentee dad, Max is back—a conflict, pulled between the tension. Mackenzie, is sharp--married to Trevor, and the heir of a media conglomerate—however, her controlling mother-in-law, Cecilia is pressuring them to start a family. Her marriage may not be strong enough to even support a family unit. Three unlikely women from different walks of life meet in a barre class (the author is also a certified barre teacher). They become a support group for one another, when meeting after class over coffee. Pure Barre —a combination of yoga, Pilates, and ballet. Sculpting—and the inspiration for SOME WOMEN. The technique is low-impact, protecting your joints by avoiding any bouncing or jumping. Let me say, Emily you are looking great--it is working! The concentration involved while taking Pure Barre allows you to block "life" out for the hour, creating the mental benefits similarly obtained by the practice of yoga or meditation. (Something all women need). I do a combination, and find it works much better than jogging, cycling, and running, which can create torture for your body as you age (better for your back & arthritis--which comes with high-impact)--plus better, and faster results. Pure Barre mantra, “You’re stronger than you think.” Having read all Emily’s books, she writes of relationships, friendships, motherhood, and marriage—-for the modern contemporary woman, attempting to balance it all-personal and career. Fans of Sarah Pekkanen, Jennifer Weiner, and Emily Giffin will enjoy Emily’s entertaining, honest, and witty style. Sometimes an escape outside your inner world can bring new insights to your problems--a fresh look at your life; breaking out of your inner, comfortable circle of friends-when you are open to new friendships and experiences-you may learn something. JDCMustReadBooks

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Wade

    Completely predictable. Disappointed in the writing. It felt very elementary. An advertisement for this book stated that if you like Liane Moriarty's books then this is a must read. But this fell *very* short of a Liane book. On the positive side, it was a quick read and kept my attention.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Grace {Rebel Mommy Book Blog}

    Review I was a little hesitant to request this despite loving the blurb. This was because I had problems with Emily Liebert's last book, specifically with not liking any of the characters really. When I first started I was scared  this one was headed in the same path. But turns out I was wrong and this book was quite lovely, including the characters. The story is centered around three different women - Annabel, Piper and Mackenzie. The three become unlikely friends and help each other through th Review I was a little hesitant to request this despite loving the blurb. This was because I had problems with Emily Liebert's last book, specifically with not liking any of the characters really. When I first started I was scared  this one was headed in the same path. But turns out I was wrong and this book was quite lovely, including the characters. The story is centered around three different women - Annabel, Piper and Mackenzie. The three become unlikely friends and help each other through the various points and obstacles in their lives. We deal with divorce, being a single mom, new relationships, fertility, children,  mother-in-laws from hell and workplace issues. I feel like this story had something for everyone to relate to in some capacity. We start with Annabel and her current situation. She is bitching at her husband for EVERYTHING. Which is when her husband walks out on her. Honestly, after the opening exchange I didn't blame him. This is what had me worried I got myself into another book with awful characters that I would not enjoy. Thank god she had other facets to her personality, grew and changed into a better person as the story went on. I believe the other ladies really helped with this. Piper is a single mom who is an investigative reporter. Things are going well with her boyfriend until her daughter wants to find her biological father and does find him.  Piper is awesome. She is an amazing mom, great at her job and finds time for barre class. I want to figure all that out myself. Best part though is she is super laid back and really good at handling what life throws at her. I want to be her friend. When we meet Mackenzie, I made another snap judgment I wouldn't like her. She seemed like a young, rich girl who gets everything and is oblivious to that fact. Well my bad because she turned out to be not only a really smart woman but an amazing friend who was brought up in a much more humble household then what she married into. She was such a great character for Annabel to be with because she was able to speak the truth without being harsh and seemed to get through to her. I was just happy to see such a woderful friendship formed by these women. They had some really funny and light moments to play off the more series things going on in their lives.I thought it all moved along at a really great pace and kept me interested the whole time. I was very happy with the way the story was woven together and how everyone ended up. If you like a good women's fiction definitely give this one a try!This review was originally posted on Rebel Mommy Book Blog

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sheyla ✎

    4.5 Fangs "You're stronger than you think." Some Women had great leading ladies. Each of them was going through big changes in their lives. Annabel Ford has been married for years and has a set of twins Harper and Hudson but her husband Henry is leaving her. He gives her no explanation. She believes there must be another woman and decides to have him followed. Piper Whitley is in love with Todd. Todd is a nice guy, dependable and great to her daughter Fern. When Todd moves in with them, Fern 4.5 Fangs "You're stronger than you think." Some Women had great leading ladies. Each of them was going through big changes in their lives. Annabel Ford has been married for years and has a set of twins Harper and Hudson but her husband Henry is leaving her. He gives her no explanation. She believes there must be another woman and decides to have him followed. Piper Whitley is in love with Todd. Todd is a nice guy, dependable and great to her daughter Fern. When Todd moves in with them, Fern starts acting out. She is rude and she's obsessed with finding her biological father. who left them after finding out Piper was pregnant. When Max, the father, reappears in their lives after years of not knowing anything about him, Piper would have to decide what to do and whom to love. Mackenzie Mead is happily married to Trevor but her mother-in-law CeCe, keeps on pressuring them to have babies. Mackenzie is willing to do it since she knows her mother-in-law is relentless. However, she begins to realize that her marriage is not as stable as she thought. These three women meet in an exercise class and over the period of months they become a unit. A support for each other while their lives are falling apart and they are also there for the rebirth as strong women. I do have to say that the beginning was a little slow for me. The introduction of the characters took time but it picks up and then it was impossible to put down. I like all 3 of the women. They each have great characteristics. I like that they helped each other when one of them was in trouble. I wish women were more like this in real life. As for the guys, Todd wins the award. He was my favorite. Cliffhanger: No 4.5/5 Fangs A complimentary copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. MrsLeif's Two Fangs About It | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

  11. 5 out of 5

    Julie Ford

    Admittedly, I did not read this entire book. Unless, of course, you count reading one hundred or so pages before skipping to the end. I tried to keep reading but the further I got into the story the less interest I had in either the characters or where the story was taking them. Long sigh! I guess it all (plot, characters, dialogue) just felt very ordinary, like stepping into any random three women's friendship, only without any sense of connection, of real emotion, being a fly on the wall is si Admittedly, I did not read this entire book. Unless, of course, you count reading one hundred or so pages before skipping to the end. I tried to keep reading but the further I got into the story the less interest I had in either the characters or where the story was taking them. Long sigh! I guess it all (plot, characters, dialogue) just felt very ordinary, like stepping into any random three women's friendship, only without any sense of connection, of real emotion, being a fly on the wall is simply not very interesting. Maybe the characters weren't developed enough in the beginning. I got that life-altering things were happening to these women but the author never showed any raw emotion or real heartbreak, nothing to pull at my heartstrings and have me rooting for them to overcome.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Amy Lynn

    This was a book that shows you how important having a few close girlfriends can be. Someone who will have your back and always be there for you thru thick and thin. Someone who will go out of their way to do what is best for you and not just think about themselves. Emily has a way of bringing her characters to life and creating a relatable world where each women picking up this novel will feel connected.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Deborah Blanchard

    An intricately woven tale of the power of friendship , found in an unlikely place, an exercise class. These three women are each going through relationship problems and they fast become each others support system. I loved the strength of each character, even when they thought they weren't strong , they were in their own ways. The story flows so smoothly throughout, it never lags and you definitely will not be bored. This is a book that is hard to put down. I found myself invested in these charac An intricately woven tale of the power of friendship , found in an unlikely place, an exercise class. These three women are each going through relationship problems and they fast become each others support system. I loved the strength of each character, even when they thought they weren't strong , they were in their own ways. The story flows so smoothly throughout, it never lags and you definitely will not be bored. This is a book that is hard to put down. I found myself invested in these characters, they were my friends. I cried when they cried and I laughed when they did. These are richly developed and believable characters and you will love them as much as I did. I loved the witty dialogue, it was like listening to friends gabbing away. It was honest and believable. You will feel invested in each of their relationships and will be either rooting them on or warning them not to do something or other. I absolutely loved this book!! It shows the intricacies of female relationships and relationships in general. Pick up this book, you won't want to put it down until you are finished. Another amazing book by Emily Liebert!! This book comes highly recommended by me. This is women's fiction at its best! Bravo!! Great read!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Courtney

    It’s pretty clear that Emily Liebert has locked her place in my bookish heart as a favorite author. Book after book I am so impressed with her writing and after reading Some Women it just solidified her ability to take me into a world where the characters are relatable and the stories are so real. I love this about her and its something that not every author can do. Sure an author can create a world where we can escape to but Liebert takes you to coffee with your friends or drinks with your spou It’s pretty clear that Emily Liebert has locked her place in my bookish heart as a favorite author. Book after book I am so impressed with her writing and after reading Some Women it just solidified her ability to take me into a world where the characters are relatable and the stories are so real. I love this about her and its something that not every author can do. Sure an author can create a world where we can escape to but Liebert takes you to coffee with your friends or drinks with your spouse. Its stories we look forward to in our lives, characters that give us character which in turn makes us think and grow. As you read her novels, you see that her characters are people we all know and love; when they struggle we struggle and when they triumph we feel their joy. Some Women was a celebration of friendship and female force. Even though I do not know her personally, but I can pretend we are besties

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dolores

    Library Journal said SOME WOMEN is “a perfect summer read”. I agree with that, but it is also a perfect WINTER read! I enjoyed reading about Annabel, Piper, and Mackenzie....three women in very different situations who have big problems. When their paths happen to come together, they become each other's biggest supporters. I will definitely read Emily Liebert's other novels. She certainly has a way with words. I got a big kick out of her description of a waitress, whose speed she compared to a "t Library Journal said SOME WOMEN is “a perfect summer read”. I agree with that, but it is also a perfect WINTER read! I enjoyed reading about Annabel, Piper, and Mackenzie....three women in very different situations who have big problems. When their paths happen to come together, they become each other's biggest supporters. I will definitely read Emily Liebert's other novels. She certainly has a way with words. I got a big kick out of her description of a waitress, whose speed she compared to a "tortoise wading through honey". And the chapter about Mackenzie's experience at the acupuncturist's office was simply hilarious... It was a pleasure to read and I am very grateful to Goodreads for sending me this advance copy free of charge.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Diane Perry

    Beautiful I am such a fan of Emily's writing. She always has characters so relatable and the story is always relevant. In this book you have three head strong women. Each unique and their circumstances completely different, but a strong bond forms. This is a story of friendship, betrayal, and finding yourself again through it all. A beautiful story.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tiffani Long

    This actually is a little more than 4 stars. I pretty much read this in a day. I loved the friendships between these ladies and how their stories were written. I am looking forward to seeing what else this author has done.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Merrie Satran

    Read this book this morning. It celebrates women's friendship and strength. A little too neatly tied up. I recommend it for a vacation read.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Richard

    This is an enjoyable novel about three women--it explores friendship and the evolution of their relationships.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Marcee Feddersen

    http://www.anurseandabook.com/2016/04... A story of three women who shouldn't have much in common, but discover that their lives are a lot more similar than they could have imagined. I started off hating Annabel. Mega loathed. She's the mom that we all know, miserable with her life, so starts trying to make everyone around her miserable too. She and her husband went to wedding and the next morning she immediately wants him to get up and start doing chores, rather than enjoying a lazy Sunday mornin http://www.anurseandabook.com/2016/04... A story of three women who shouldn't have much in common, but discover that their lives are a lot more similar than they could have imagined. I started off hating Annabel. Mega loathed. She's the mom that we all know, miserable with her life, so starts trying to make everyone around her miserable too. She and her husband went to wedding and the next morning she immediately wants him to get up and start doing chores, rather than enjoying a lazy Sunday morning without their twins. I seriously would have walked out on her too. I cannot stand being around miserable people. Most women like this in real life, become more miserable after a divorce, but Annabel realizes that she owns some of her behavior, and finds herself caring a little less about perfection and a lot more about just surviving each day. Piper's story was a little more bland. Honestly, her dentist boyfriend seemed a little too perfect. I kept waiting for it to be revealed that he had another wife, a gambling problem, a venereal disease. I mean it, he was TOO perfect. When her ex popped back up, I couldn't believe that this would even be an issue for her. And McKenzie is sad because she wants a baby and can't get pregnant. But it doesn't seem like her husband is that interested in a baby or her. But still his plot twist lacked motivation. The story was pretty predictable, but still enjoyable. It was a gentle way to pass a weekend. The women develop strong friendships and begin to believe in themselves. Of note, the word "smirk" was way overused in this book - 12 times!! To me, someone who is smirking is being a jerk. They have probably done or said something irritating and are now "smirking". You know the phrase, "wipe that smirk off your face."? Ugh. I hate that word. But that's my personal rant - you can always tell a rant is coming when the sentence starts, "Of note....". Current Goodreads Rating 3.68

  21. 4 out of 5

    Tony Parsons

    Annabel Ford (wife/mother) & Henry Ford (husband/father) have 2 twin boys: Harper (4, aka Angel) & Hudson (4, aka Devil). Henry has dropped a bombshell on Annabel. He is leaving her for someone else. Piper Whitley (mother, crime beat reporter, Journal) & Annabel did work-outs, had coffee, etc. & became BFF’S. Piper’s daughter is Fern (10). Todd is Piper’s significant other. Now Annabel has decided she wants Piper to spy on her ex-husband. What news did Mackenzie (Trevor’s P/G Wife) h Annabel Ford (wife/mother) & Henry Ford (husband/father) have 2 twin boys: Harper (4, aka Angel) & Hudson (4, aka Devil). Henry has dropped a bombshell on Annabel. He is leaving her for someone else. Piper Whitley (mother, crime beat reporter, Journal) & Annabel did work-outs, had coffee, etc. & became BFF’S. Piper’s daughter is Fern (10). Todd is Piper’s significant other. Now Annabel has decided she wants Piper to spy on her ex-husband. What news did Mackenzie (Trevor’s P/G Wife) have for Cecilia “CeCe” (Trevor’s mother)? How will Annabel or Henry’s lives turn out? I did not receive any type of compensation for reading & reviewing this book. While I receive free books from publishers & authors, I am under no obligation to write a positive review. Only an honest one. A very awesome book cover, great font & writing style. A very well written contemporary woman’s romance book. It was very easy for me to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. There were no grammar/typo errors, nor any repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns & a great set of unique characters to keep track of. This could also make another great contemporary woman’s romance movie, or mini TV series. There is no doubt in my mind this is a very easy rating of 5 stars. Thank you for the free Goodreads; MakingConnections; New American Library; ARC; paperback book Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    An engrossing and thought provoking novel that examines the intricacies of marriage, friendship, and the power of unexpected connections… Annabel Ford has everything under control, devoting her time to her twin five-year-old boys and to keeping her household running seamlessly. So when her husband of a decade announces that he’s leaving her, without warning, she’s blindsided. And suddenly her world begins to unravel. Single mother Piper Whitley has always done her best to balance it all—raising he An engrossing and thought provoking novel that examines the intricacies of marriage, friendship, and the power of unexpected connections… Annabel Ford has everything under control, devoting her time to her twin five-year-old boys and to keeping her household running seamlessly. So when her husband of a decade announces that he’s leaving her, without warning, she’s blindsided. And suddenly her world begins to unravel. Single mother Piper Whitley has always done her best to balance it all—raising her daughter Fern by herself and advancing her career as a crime reporter. Only now that she’s finally met the man of her dreams, Fern’s absentee father arrives on the scene and throws everything into a tailspin. Married to the heir of a thriving media conglomerate, Mackenzie Mead has many reasons to count her blessings. But with an imperious mother-in-law—who’s also her boss—and a husband with whom she can no longer seem to connect, something has to give. On the surface, these three women may not have much in common. Yet when their lives are thrust together and unlikely friendships are formed—at a time when they all need someone to lean on—Annabel, Piper, and Mackenzie band together to help each navigate their new realities

  23. 4 out of 5

    Meg Munson

    This book is an amazing story about three women who become the best of friends. Emily Liebert does a great job taking the life of each woman and describing how the influence of the others affect the rest of their lives and situations. The bond these women create is unbreakable. You will laugh, cry and even find a few surprises along the way. I could easily picture myself having coffee and a blueberry muffin with the three of them at the Cafe Crunch!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Erin Burdine

    Too predictable. Not the kind of book I usually read, but had lots of good reviews, so I gave it a try. Read the first maybe 50 pages and last few and that is all it took. Did not care for the characters. Too whiny and one-dimensional...sorry!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Aimee

    Predictable. Even the sleuthing bit near the end. Way too saccharine even for this gal who likes fluffy reading from time to time.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Amy L

    I wanted to like this book. And I wanted to read her other books. But I didn't and I won't. Nothing about these women felt real to me.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lael Braday

    Annabel, Piper, and Mackenzie are all at a crossroads in their lives when they meet in an exercise class. Supermom Annabel needs support when her husband abruptly leaves her, single mom Piper when her child's absentee father shows up unexpectedly, and seemingly perfect Mackenzie when her latest attempt at pregnancy terminates just before her life changes drastically. Liebert doesn't delve too deeply into her main subjects of marriage and family relationships, but she shows great character develop Annabel, Piper, and Mackenzie are all at a crossroads in their lives when they meet in an exercise class. Supermom Annabel needs support when her husband abruptly leaves her, single mom Piper when her child's absentee father shows up unexpectedly, and seemingly perfect Mackenzie when her latest attempt at pregnancy terminates just before her life changes drastically. Liebert doesn't delve too deeply into her main subjects of marriage and family relationships, but she shows great character development of all three women and covers some universal truths of relating to others and how hurtful situations can be blessings in disguise. I like how she wraps it all up with a sense of the characters having learned and being able to move on with their lives. Readers who are looking for a feel-good beach read will likely appreciate this story that flows well and leaves you with a warm glow.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Chloe

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Loved this book. Story of 3 women- Piper, Mackenzie and Annabel. Piper is a single mom of a 10 year old who starts dating then her baby daddy comes back into her life. Mackenzie is married to the head of a major company and is trying to get pregnant. Annabel is married with 5 year old twins then her husband leaves her. I love the friendship between these women. Pipers baby daddy eventually goes away and she gets engaged to her boyfriend. Mackenzies husband cheats and they get divorced, leaving h Loved this book. Story of 3 women- Piper, Mackenzie and Annabel. Piper is a single mom of a 10 year old who starts dating then her baby daddy comes back into her life. Mackenzie is married to the head of a major company and is trying to get pregnant. Annabel is married with 5 year old twins then her husband leaves her. I love the friendship between these women. Pipers baby daddy eventually goes away and she gets engaged to her boyfriend. Mackenzies husband cheats and they get divorced, leaving her with lots of money and the realization that she never loved him. Annabels husnsng comes back and they love happily ever after. Really cute and quick read!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tereia Joe

    I've enjoyed the entertainment of this book. I also love happy endings and women bonding together lifting each other up and becoming friends. I always love those connections because I enjoy having ladies time. I also like that this book did not make every man look bad like all men do bad things to women this book puts men in a somewhat acceptable like. It also makes you think how some of us women go off the deep-in with our thinking at least my hubby has been stating this lately to me :D lol smi I've enjoyed the entertainment of this book. I also love happy endings and women bonding together lifting each other up and becoming friends. I always love those connections because I enjoy having ladies time. I also like that this book did not make every man look bad like all men do bad things to women this book puts men in a somewhat acceptable like. It also makes you think how some of us women go off the deep-in with our thinking at least my hubby has been stating this lately to me :D lol smile. Thank you Author Emily for sharing your imagination with us

  30. 4 out of 5

    Citra

    This is the second book I read from Emily Liebert. I enjoyed reading When We Fall so much and when I found out that a new book was released, I knew this one would be on my to-read list, too. I think the story is nice, it's light enough and a good choice to chase the reading slump away, however I have to be honest that I cannot help but to compare it with When We Fall. Some Women seems to lack of twist and turns and I can say that it is predictable. However, nice book none the less and Liebert's This is the second book I read from Emily Liebert. I enjoyed reading When We Fall so much and when I found out that a new book was released, I knew this one would be on my to-read list, too. I think the story is nice, it's light enough and a good choice to chase the reading slump away, however I have to be honest that I cannot help but to compare it with When We Fall. Some Women seems to lack of twist and turns and I can say that it is predictable. However, nice book none the less and Liebert's writing style is as sweet as it can be.

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