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Stretch Marks by Kimberly Stuart is a humorous look at the way pregnancy changes and stretches a woman.
Stretch Marks by Kimberly Stuart is a humorous look at the way pregnancy changes and stretches a woman. Mia is very happy with her life, for the most part. While her job as a social worker doesn't always fulfill her need to change the world, she pays close attention to her carbon-footprint, eats organic, does yoga, and has a live-in boyfriend, Lars. Everything changes when her unexplained nausea and fatigue turns out to be a pregnancy and Lars leaves in the night.
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Hilarious reading for moms of all ages. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 9 years ago. I've been a fan of Kimberly Stuart's mom-lit ever since I read BALANCING ACT and BOTTOM LINE. This author never fails to keep me thoroughly hooked and entertained.
Select a book for a free excerpt. An earth-conscious, yoga-practicing twenty-something is forced to face her estranged relationship with her mother in this comic yet poignant novel about moms, daughters and the importance of a good (and handsome) grocer. I won't flood your inbox (I promise!), but I will keep you in the loop. A story of reconnection, lost love, and the power of faith, Heart Land follows a struggling fashion designer back to her small Iowa hometown as she tries to follow her dreams of success and finding true love.
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Act Two: a Novel in Perfect Pitch. can’t believe I’m here. She wiped away a tear at the corner of her eye. I rolled my eyes, certain that Jayne wouldn’t notice and that I wouldn’t have cared if she had. These kinds of exclamations had traveled with us to the Statue of Liberty and the viewing deck of the Empire State Building and it was only two in the afternoon
An earth-conscious, yoga-practicing twenty-something is forced to face her estranged relationship with her mother in this comic yet poignant novel about moms and daughters.
Mia Rathbun is an overworked and underpaid Chicago social worker who belongs to PETA and recycles the tops of pizza boxes. Her boyfriend, Lars, is a free-spirited freelance writer (read: mooch) who disdains the conventions of marriage but is happy to build a life with Mia. That is until Mia becomes pregnant.
Left on her own, Mia just begins to accustom herself to the looming prospect of single parenthood when her mother, Babs, shows up to “help.” The two have an estranged relationship but are forced to acknowledge their connection as Mia’s belly grows and she has few other options. The story is told with Stuart’s characteristic irreverent and authentic humor with healthy doses of poignancy and grace.