The Stepmothers' Support Group

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Harper, 2009 - Chick lit - 416 pages
17 Reviews
Eve has never imagined herself as a stepmother. But when she falls in love with Ian, he comes with a ready-made family of three children. And, to make matters worse, the ghost of his glamorous and well known wife haunts them. This is a novel about female friendship.

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User Review  - Vivian - Goodreads

The story was interesting enough. But the female characters were so annoying! Weak and daft, they were unable to figure out that unless the father is a criminal or psycho, it's in a child's best ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Born in Hampshire, Sam Baker studied politics at Birmingham University. Sam has edited some of the UK's biggest magazines. After successfully re-launching teenage magazine Just Seventeen as J-17, she spent five years as editor of Company. She was also editor of Cosmopolitan in the UK and is now editor-in-chief of Red. She lives between Winchester, Hampshire and central London with her husband and grown-up stepson.

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