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Mrs. Perfect Kindle Edition
As the new school year approaches, Taylor prepares herself for playing the perfect alpha mom: organizing class activities, fund-raising, and chairing the school auction. But the horror! Her archrival, bohemian mom Marta Zinsser, is named Head Room Mom of Taylor's daughter's fifth grade class. As tensions rise at committee meetings and school activities, the two rivals seem to be destined for a final confrontation. But as Taylor plans her next move, she is floored by a more serious blow at home-her husband has been secretly unemployed for the past six months. With her posh lifestyle crumbling, Taylor struggles to maintain her alpha image -- but could Marta, who cares little about appearances, be her only true friend?
Real life hits trophy wife right in the Botox, in Porter's empowering page-turner (Leslie Carroll) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
- ASIN : B00FORZWDY
- Publisher : 5 Spot (5 May 2008)
- Language : English
- File size : 917 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 436 pages
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One day she finds out that her husband is living a lie and her whole world is turned upside down. Her days of travel and wearing designer clothing are threatened and so is her marriage. Her husband accepts a job in Nebraska and Taylor, who is living a fantasy life, refuses to follow her husband there. Her marriage is in the toilet as well as her lifestyle. Friends who were friends suddenly are not such good friends.
This is a another Jane Porter winner.
This is a great story of wanting the fairy tale life, getting the fairy tale life and watching in diminish before your eyes. It also renews your faith in friends and makes you realize that what you see on the outside isn't always what's going on in the inside.
Taylor Young makes being a stay at home mom look like an Olympic event. She has perfected every task she has come up against, whether it be running the yearly PTA auction or figuring out the perfect anti-aging regimen; she has it covered.
This book starts a year after the last one ended and small cracks in Taylor's perfect life are starting to show. The big event, however, that really gets the storyline running is when she finds out that her husband has been lying to her. For the past seven months he has been jobless and searching. The trouble is, he has also been keeping from her that they are in massive amounts of debt. The good news is he has found a job; the catch is that it is in Omaha!
So, off he go's to acclimate to his no job and she is left with her head spinning. Not only does she have to prepare the house she and her husband built together to be sold, but she also has to figure out a way, all on her own, to get them out of debt without having to declare bankruptcy.
Mrs. Perfect was a great read! I enjoy how Jane can make a story more realistic and less fairy tale, but still make it that it is immensely enjoyable. It is heartwarming without being preachy and definitely shows that with hard work and some great friends to bring you through, life is not so impossible after all.