MOM RULES: Hilary Grossman

My good friend has done it again and published the next book in her series of books. I couldn’t be more proud to share this with her here!

Those feisty females from Forest River PTA have returned for another round of who wore it best, my kids better than yours and discovering what real friendship truly is. This round we see it all from Donna’s point of view.  After she was painted to be the bad seed for so long, Donna decides it’s time for change. She takes the necessary steps to make changes within the school where her daughters attend when she learns that being popular isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Donna’s on a mission as well to discover what caused a very public falling out between her and her bestie, Jackie Martin, painting her as the bad seed of Forest River. A totally WTF moment happened that we can all relate to. 

Her journey leads her to a self discovery of loving herself and how important honest communication is in all relationships. Being popular has its price and downfalls as we all know, what goes up, must come down. It’s the getting back up and dusting herself off where she discovers life, family and self love are more important than popularity. 

Hilary hit this one out of the park for me, shining light onto Donna to help us understand why she was the way she is in the early chapters around the ladies of Forest River. Making friends is hard as we get older and we learn what really matters and what we need in a friend. We find friendships in the strangest of situations and as we grow, so do those friendships if they are honest and real. I related to Donna on so many levels in MOM RULES and while I have a soft spot for each of the ladies from Forest River, I would be lying if I didn’t say Donna has become my favorite! 

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6 thoughts on “MOM RULES: Hilary Grossman

  1. This looks like such a great read! Especially at this time in my life when we’ve moved to a new city, I’m working from home, and I have to actively try to make new friends! You’re right – adult friendships are hard to make!

    1. Hi Divya,

      Much like the above apology to another commenter, I am terribly sorry for my epic delay in responding and hope you are finding your way in your new home. Moving is hard enough without having to make headway to find people to connect with. Thanks you for stopping by and hope all is well.

  2. Thank you so much!!! I am so glad you enjoyed Mom Rules! I had so much fun telling Donna’s story because it really is a relatable one. Adult friendships are soooo hard. But I am so thankful for your friendship & support

    1. Hi Lauren,

      apologies that I never responded to this. (insert face palm here) I have no excuse except I am really bad at replying to comments and its something I am working on. Thank you for swinging by and your kind words. Hilary is a hoot and it really reflects in her writing.

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