I really like how this book is written from both perspectives, a mother & her daughters... it's obvious that these two really have a bond, even though they may not have always been traditionally close. They write about the ups and downs of family, friendships, relationships, careers and the things that are best just put behind them in a very open and honest way... nothing is sugar-coated.
This book was very aptly titled, because I really had no idea...
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Disclosure: This is a compensated review from the BlogHer Book Club. Opinions, as always, are my own.