Annabel O'Conner and Beatrice Buchanan couldn't be more different if they tried.
Whenever the two women spend time together, tempers flare, and old wounds bubble to the surface. Unfortunately, you can choose your friends, but not your relatives.
We live our entire lives thinking we know those closest to us. But do we ever really?
When Annabel finally gives up trying to regain her overbearing mother's love, she receives an unexpected call from Beatrice that turns her world around. Was everything she believed about her life a lie?
Will falling in love give a cold, stubborn, and selfish woman a second chance to open her heart back up to her family?
When Bea meets Walter on a cruise, she realizes there may be more to life than designer clothes, killer handbags, and impressing the ladies at her posh country club. But will it be too late to repair her broken relationship with her daughter?
As the mother and daughter duo team up to plan "Long Island's wedding of the year" they confront the secrets and lies that have defined them. This humorous, emotionally honest women's contemporary fiction novel will tug at your heartstrings, and the twist ending will shock you.
"Although a light read, the subject matter was very sad at times, and I found myself choking back tears, but in a good way! It was so authentically heart wrenching yet often very funny too. The characters were so well fleshed out and three dimensional - no one was perfect, and no one was fatally flawed - like real life. I thought the twist was genius!" - Meredith Schorr Best Selling Author ★★★★★
""With all the twists and turns in this book, it wasn't predictable, but rather a quick page-turner." -Chick Lit Goddess ★★★★★
I do not believe there is a mother or daughter who would not enjoy reading Plan Bea." - Readers Favorite ★★★★★
Embroiled in the deception and manipulation rife among the elementary school moms, Sydney struggles. Should she sell the home she worked so hard to build in a town where betrayal runs rampant? Or should she stay put to avoid the fallout from uprooting her child? As Sydney focuses on what is best for her daughter, and lets go of her judgments, she finds friendship can develop in very unexpected ways.
Warm, witty, and wise, Go On, Girl dramatizes the dilemmas of life in the suburbs and the bonds shared by women.
"Hilary Grossman knocked it out of the park with her fourth novel. Go On, Girl is filled with humor and heart." - Meredith Schorr - Best Selling Author of The Boyfriend Swap and The Blogger Girl Series