Book Review #60: Bad Mommy by Tarryn Fisher

When Fig Coxbury buys a house on West Barrett Street, it’s not because she likes the neighborhood, or even because she likes the house. It’s because everything she desires is next door: The husband, the child, and the life that belongs to someone else
My Personal Thoughts
Bad Mommy is a story about love, friendship, and deception. I like how Tarryn Fisher writes her stories. Almost all of her books are written in a dark and twisted manner, and those are the exact same reasons why I adore her so badly. The scenes are real as fuck and they do happen in our daily lives. Crazy people surrounds us every day and we don’t know who’s real and who’s just using us to their advantage. This story will make you realise how to guard yourself even from those who promised to take good care of your heart no matter what. People are deceiving and they love to take. This story is an eye opener especially for those who easily trusts. Having someone who mimics your style is flattering but there should be a fine line between inspiring and being obsessed. In this case, Fig is a crazy bitch who destroys other people’s lives although her intrusion into Joelene’s family is a blessing in disguise because Jo was able to finally see what kind of man Darius is. This story contains a lot of people with personality disorder and it amazed me how Tarryn made them real to the point that the reader will realise that these people really do exist and we should be mindful. The characters are all easy to analyse and the 1st person narration isvery relatable! I was able to get into their heads and sort out what they were thinking. It is also a fast read novel which you can finish in one sitting. There was never a dull moment, especially with those crazies! Ugh! I honestly did not like “Fuck Love” which was written by the same author so I wareallyly surprised with her writing style this time because she definitely nailed it, again. It is undeniably fabulous and overflowing with life lessons! That’s my Queen T.šŸ’– It is highly recommended for matured readers especially those who are inclined with psychological-themed stories. Five amazing stars!šŸ˜Š

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