The secret women : a novel / Sheila Williams.
- First edition.
- New York : Amistad, 
290 pages ; 21 cm
- Mothers and daughters -- Fiction.
Mothers and daughters.
- "A riveting, entertaining, and refreshing take on the mother-daughter dyad and its ensuing complexities"-- Provided by publisher.
Elise Armstrong, Carmen Bradshaw, and DeeDee Davis meet in a yoga class. Though vastly different, these women discover they all have one thing in common: their mothers have recently passed away. Becoming fast friends, the trio make a pact to help each other sort through the belongings their mothers' left behind. But when they find old letters and diaries, Elise, Carmen, and DeeDee are astonished to learn that each of their mothers hid secrets--secrets that will transform their own lives. Meeting each month over margaritas, the trio share laughter, advice, and support. As they help each other overcome challenges and celebrate successes, Elise, Carmen, and DeeDee gain not only a better understanding of the women their mothers were, but of themselves. They also come to realize they have what their mothers needed most but did not have during difficult times--other women they could trust.
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