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Babes in Captivity

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A charmer

    The four Homewood, New Jersey women are best friends living the American dream of raising a family in suburbia. They meet regularly to share their disasters (child or spousal related), but for the most part they seem contented with their lives............................... The contented illusion ends when Deirdre informs her cell mates that she hates her nice spouse Paul. She explains to her amused pals, who think Paul is the poster boy for the perfect husband that she wants to restart her singing career with her former Berkley lover. Nick ¿Mr. Sexy¿ Ruby who has relocated fifteen miles to the east in New York. Finally she laments that she has had no passionate orgasms since Ruby. Her confessions lead to two of the others moaning their desires. Juliette wants another child, but her husband Cooper hesitates since their son Trey suffers from Asperger¿s syndrome. Anne wonders if she should leave her philandering spouse filmmaker Damien. Supermom of four, Lisa refuses to reveal to her buddies or her too busy husband Tommy her desire to write a book for fear they will laugh at her 'How to Live' tome............................. This is an interesting look at family life in suburbia starring four wonderful women, who share fears, disappointments, and dreams with one another that they find difficult to disclose to their spouses. The story line rotates the lead role between the four women using alternating chapters so that fans receive four subplots that tie together through their friendship. BABES IN CAPTIVITY is not a lighthearted chick lit romp, but instead is a fabulously deep character study that compassionately captures the ambivalence and conflict of motherhood and marriage vs. personal dreams....................... Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted January 25, 2012

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    Babes in Captivity

    What a fun read! Thoroughly enjoyable - really a great author! Wish she would write more novels - really look forward to her books! Highly recommend this book to anyone who likes to eavesdrop on other women with alot of the same feelings as we (the normal) people have doing daily chores. You feel like you really know Pamela's characters and hate to see the book end!!! Hope you start writing more books!!!!

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