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Three Girls and a Baby

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11 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

A Lilac Wolf and Stuff Review

The cover is so colorful and well drawn that it looks like it will be a fun story. In fact the cover is the reason I couldn't wait to read this one.

The author lives in the metro-Detroit area, and the story takes place there. It was great to see all the references to...
The cover is so colorful and well drawn that it looks like it will be a fun story. In fact the cover is the reason I couldn't wait to read this one.

The author lives in the metro-Detroit area, and the story takes place there. It was great to see all the references to Royal Oak and Ferndale. Places I've at least heard of and been to before.

The descriptions and dialogue were all top notch. The characters are so well developed, you just love the three girls, Ginny is the central character here. She rooms with her best friends Jen and Annie. Jen is very organized and a great cook. Annie is more wild and an actress. Ginny is unsure of the direction of her life, working as a Nanny when she discovers she is pregnant. Having broken up with Josh, the boyfriend, she is terrified.

The way the author goes into Ginny's feelings really puts you there. Your stomach clenches with the humiliation at what she had done. With the fear of losing her job, the joy at finding her dream job. Ginny really grows in the year of this story. Through her pregnancy, which at times seemed unreal, and after giving birth to Danny and learning to be a mom. And she's a great mom.

I was tensed up when the doctors asked if she wanted a circumcision for Danny and I heaved a heavy sigh of relief when she consulted her friends and finally refused it. I'm just personally against it, and refused it for both the boys.

It's a great story and I can't wait to read the next installment Three Girls and a Wedding, which is told from Jen's perspective. And that makes me think there will be one from Annie's as well. YEAH! I hope Rachel Schurig will let me review them as well.

posted by Lilac_Wolf on August 31, 2011

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Most Helpful Critical Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

ok, not a must read

A fast Summer read. Predictable ending

posted by 17642734 on June 7, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 7, 2013

    ok, not a must read

    A fast Summer read. Predictable ending

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2014

    Cute but, juvenile.

    Could have been so much better if it didn't read as if written by a teenager.

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