THE PERFECT MOTHER by Aimee Molloy & Giveaway



A night out. A few hours of fun. That’s all it was meant to be. 

They call themselves the May Mothers—a group of new moms whose babies were born in the same month. Twice a week, they get together in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park for some much-needed adult time.

When the women go out for drinks at the hip neighborhood bar,they are looking for a fun break from their daily routine. But on this hot Fourth of July night, something goes terrifyingly wrong: one of the babies is taken from his crib. Winnie, a single mom, was reluctant to leave six-week-old Midas with a babysitter, but her fellow May Mothers insisted everything would be fine. Now he is missing. What follows is a heart-pounding race to find Midas, during which secrets are exposed, marriages are tested, and friendships are destroyed.

(Thanks to Harper for novel summary)



AIMEE MOLLOY is the author of the New York Times bestseller However Long the Night: Molly Melching’s Journey to Help Millions of African Women and Girls Triumph and the co-author of several non-fiction books, including Jantsen’s Gift, with Pam Cope. The Perfect Mother is her first novel.

We have one copy of THE PERFECT MOTHER to giveaway. Just tells us what you think makes a “perfect mother?” We’ll announce a winner soon. Good luck.

GIVEAWAYS: USA only please.

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30 thoughts on “THE PERFECT MOTHER by Aimee Molloy & Giveaway

  1. There’s no such thing as a perfect mom (thank goodness, or we’d all feel like total failures!) but I think a great mother is one who concentrates more on her child’s happiness and well being and less on how clean her house is or what other’s think of her.

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  2. There is no perfect mom we all have days we make mistakes. I think what makes a good mom is being there for your kids. Listen to them, play and just be present in their lives.

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  3. No one is perfect including any mother. They strive to always be there for their children. They sacrifice for their children. They teach them right from wrong, how to stay safe, and they show them what unconditional love looks like.

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  4. It really depends on the child. We all learn as we go! Patient and kindness mixed with firmness worked for me. Although, I do not consider myself near perfect!

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  5. I don’t think there is a perfect mother. I believe loving, nurturing, and being there for them always makes a good mother.

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  6. no such thing as a perfect Mom. best thing a Mother can do for her kid(s) is teach kindness, teach to give & do for others, teach to respect individuals, & love unconditionally.

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  7. I don’t know that the “perfect” mother exists, but there are a bunch of us out there just doing the best we can and giving it everything we have and loving our littles with every ounce of our being, and that is pretty close! ❤

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  8. There’s no such thing. The perfect mother is like a unicorn – wonderful in theory, but never to be seen. We all struggle in our own ways, and have our imperfections.

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  9. This book has been on my wishlist for a while!
    A perfect mother — or as close to perfect as can get — just does her best to raise her kids in a safe, loving way.

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  10. A good mother is kind with support and love, a great mother is a role model of being kind and supports those around her. She teaches through action.

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  11. There is not a perfect mother, just a mother who loves her children with all her heart and teaches them right from wrong. Thank you for the chance.

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  12. No one can be a perfect mother, only a good one. Teaching love, respect, responsibility and manners are a must for a child to grow into a productive adult.

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  13. This is tough, nobody is perfect, however, she would have to love unconditionally and accept unconditionally.


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