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Yours, Mine, Ours

Written by: Sinéad Moriarty
Narrated by: Aoife McMahon
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Brought to you by Penguin.

From the number one best-selling author of About Us, Seven Letters and The Baby Trail.

What's another branch on the family tree?

Things are finally looking up for Anna. Fourteen miserable years of marriage to man-child Connor have left her drained and ready for a new start. So when they separate, she couldn't be more thrilled to move in with James, a handsome lecturer who is everything her ex-husband is not: kind, thoughtful and above all, reliable.

But Anna and James' kids hate living with the loved-up couple and the new set-up. Their teenage daughters—one a studious high achiever and the other a cool rich girl unbothered by grades or exams—have nothing in common. And Anna's wild football-mad 11-year-old son declares war on bookish James.

Nobody said step-parenting was easy; Anna and James are about to find out exactly how complicated it can be. With exes, new partners-of-exes and money all in the mix, home life is fast becoming a minefield and their new-found happiness hangs in the balance. Do they have what it takes to make their blended family work?

©2022 Sinéad Moriarty (P)2022 Penguin Audio

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  • 23-11-22

Great narration

Frustrating story at times but some great insights. But seriously people you can just date

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  • 09-10-22

Funny and moving reflection of blended family life

A wonderful portrayal of the perils of blended families. When Anna's marriage to man child Conor ends, she begins a new relationship with a lecturer James. The antics begin when the two decide to move in together and battle the minefield of step-parent, step-child and step-sibling relationships. The consequences of coming together under the same roof produces some frustrating, hilarious and challenging times. James' daughter is highly spoiled and a undisciplined, Anna's 10year old son is rude and allowed to get away with poor behaviour, whilst Anna's studious daughter is torn between them all. Anna's ex continues to make circumstances worse by speaking out of turn about his ex and her new partner in front of the children. It is a constant battle that threatens to tear them all apart. It is a heart-in-mouth read as we wait with bated breath to see if they all come through it unscathed and together. #YoursMineOurs #SineadMoriarty #Netgalley #Irishwriters #blendedfamily #divorce #separation #stepparenting #stepchildren #stepsiblings #domesticchaos #eatingdisorder #stress #anxiety #familypressure #tension #karla_bookishlife

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 16-08-22

great story and well told

Really enjoyed this whole book, Sinéad Moriarty doesn’t disappoint. Narration by Aoife McMahon was amazing, hard to believe it was only her! Worth a listen for sure.

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  • rita
  • 17-07-22

Naive is an understatement

I tried my best with this book but could not finish it. The characters were awful, the most sensible was Grace a 15 year old. Even in the realms of fantasy this storyline could not be related to