Mom Genes

Hilary Grossman
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Big Little Lies meets Class Mom!


The meddling moms of Forest River live for a good scandal. Speculation surrounding Claire Conroy’s sex life has fueled the rumor mill for years. Now, when Claire returns home from a trip to Italy separated from her husband of thirteen years, the imaginations of the Lululemon-clad ladies’ who lunch spin into overdrive. As the gossipmongers create their own scandalous backstory for the separation, blaming Claire’s infidelity, she learns the hard way just how mean mommies can be.


Eager to begin her new life as a single mom of three Claire puts her trust in Jackie Martin, the president of the PTA, to help tell her truth and free her of the false accusations and scandal. But the plan backfires, and Claire is put further into the spotlight when an embarrassed mom declares war.


As Claire dusts off her resume, fights the daily urge not to strangle her ex-husband and his new girlfriend, and dips her toes into the dating world one dud at a time will she find the happiness she craves or succumb to the pressure of the mean girls?

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About the author

By day, Hilary Grossman crunches numbers. By night she hangs out with her "characters." She has an unhealthy addiction to denim and high heel shoes. She's known to walk into walls and fall up the stairs. She only eats spicy foods and is obsessed with her cat, Lucy. She loves to find humor in everyday life. She likens life to a game of dodge ball - she tries to keep many balls in the air before they smack her in the face. She lives on the beach in Long Island. 

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Hilary Grossman
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Published on
Mar 24, 2020
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Pages
233
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Language
English
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Genres
Family & Relationships / Divorce & Separation
Fiction / Family Life / General
Fiction / Family Life / Marriage & Divorce
Fiction / Family Life / Siblings
Fiction / Friendship
Fiction / Humorous / General
Fiction / Romance / Holiday
Fiction / Romance / Romantic Comedy
Fiction / Women
Humor / Topic / Marriage & Family
Humor / Topic / Men, Women & Relationships
Humor / Topic / School & Education
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