The Retake

The Retake Why do other women just sail through their pregnancies without any drama at all After all of the drama in My First Half and Two Halves Cate her professional footballer husband Kian and their five

  • Title: The Retake
  • Author: Louise Hall
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Why do other women just sail through their pregnancies without any drama at all After all of the drama in My First Half and Two Halves , Cate, her professional footballer husband, Kian and their five year old daughter, Lola are finally in a really good place But when Cate finds out that she s pregnant with their second child, nobody is surprised than her After Why do other women just sail through their pregnancies without any drama at all After all of the drama in My First Half and Two Halves , Cate, her professional footballer husband, Kian and their five year old daughter, Lola are finally in a really good place But when Cate finds out that she s pregnant with their second child, nobody is surprised than her After the trauma of Lola s birth, Cate has always been adamant that she doesn t want to have any children.While she s still struggling to come to terms with being pregnant again, her older sister and best friend, Liv gets drunk and almost burns down their local church during her ex boyfriend s wedding That would be bad enough but what Liv does next shocks their family to the very core, leaving Cate estranged from both her sisters and her mum and doubting herself than ever With the love and support of Kian and their tight knit group of friends, can Cate regain her confidence as a woman, wife and mother

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      Published :2018-04-09T15:43:55+00:00

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    1. ReviewThis review is for both book 2 and 3. Book 2 for me could have been extra special if Cate grew a backbone at any point or even if someone told her to grow one. It was one big pity fest. She knew the story wasn't true yet she acted like it was and acted accordingly, like she was afraid the truth was out about what she did and people would judge her for it. I wanted to smack her and tell her to wake up. In book 3 I thought she forgave liv way to soon. The story would have been more interesti [...]

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