By Tish Cohen
Rachel Berman wishes every little thing to be ideal. An overprotective unmarried mom of 2, she is aware of the statistical risks lurking round each corner—which makes her snap determination to assist a stranded motorist thoroughly uncharacteristic. Len Bean is caught at the shoulder with Olivia, his relentlessly curious, studying disabled ten-year-old daughter. To the chagrin of Rachel's youngsters, who're approximately to be associated with the most-mocked woman at school, Rachel and Len start relationship. And while Len gets poor information, little Olivia wishes a hero greater than ever. however the global refuses to be predictable. while own challenge profoundly alters Rachel's courting with a wild, very targeted little lady, this perfectionist mom reveals herself drawn right into a secret from her previous and towards a brand new appreciation for her personal kid's imperfect lives.
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Soon to be Mrs. Michael Dearborn III. She would have a proper name, and, more important, her daughter would have a proper father. A proper future. Piper’s father, Bert, suffered a fatal stroke a year after she married. Her mother, Irene, lived long enough to see young Rachel win the thirteen-and-under golf tournament at the Dearborns’ club. Michael’s parents took Piper, Michael, and Rachel out for a celebratory dinner at La Vieille Auberge—still Piper’s favorite restaurant—and returned to the bluffs to ﬁnd Irene in a crumpled heap at the bottom of the stairs.
Someone should tell her about ﬂeece’s plumping properties. She could, however, touch her tongue to her nose, and this seemed to shut the boys up. Then—the reason she’d been late getting dressed—Tabitha Carlisle. Gazing at Tabitha from afar, Janie stumbled over a rock. Which pretty much summed things up. About three months ago, Janie tripped over Tabitha and had yet to stand up straight. It happened in gym class. Well, after gym class, in the locker room. Most of the girls were in the shower, but not Janie.
A striking man in a crisp suit and royal blue tie, blondish, maybe in his mid- to late thirties, pulled a spare tire out of the trunk while a young girl ﬂopped against the car in misery, whacking a naked Barbie doll against the bumper. Poor kid. And from the way her dad was squinting at the tire jack, one thing was clear—the man had never changed a tire in his life. Rachel averted her eyes, pretending she didn’t see them. Wasn’t that one of the cardinal rules of the road? If someone needed help and you weren’t prepared to offer any, glance away and feign ignorance.
Inside Out Girl: A Novel (P.S.) by Tish Cohen