The Babymoon

The Babymoon Sharp, witty and not a word out of place think David Sedaris on folic acid READINGS MONTHLYShe s back And this time, she s not alone Now living in Melbourne, Isabelle and Dr Jack are expecting their first child And, naturally, Isabelle is the very model of a calm Earth Mother to be.Or she would be if she wasn t consumed with anxiety about finding her pelvic floor, giving birth to a human eel hybrid or the horrifying prospect of having a child named Leroy Marvin Even worse, as Isabelle s tummy grows, so does the distance between her and her adored Dr Jack who, it seems, has quite different priorities.But with support from a host of new mothers including her friend Fran and her sister Audrey, as well as her fellow gallerina Doug, just maybe Isabelle can make it through pregnancy and childbirth with her dignity, her relationship and some other private bits intact.Then again, maybe not You ll love their journey to parenthood, told with the author s famous sense of humour and style WOMAN S DAY Her insights into the emotions of a soon to be mother are spot on CANBERRA TIMES You can expect lot of laughs with La Brooy s latest FAMOUS New Read [ The Babymoon ] By [ Melanie La'Brooy ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Melanie La Brooy is the author of five novels Love Struck, The Wish List, Serendipity, The Babymoon and Bittersweet For several years, Melanie worked for the art auction house Christie s, in both Sydney and Melbourne, where she trained as a specialist in Australian paintings Following the success of her debut novel she gave up her career in the art world to become a full time writer Melanie is Melanie La Brooy is the author of five novels Love Struck, The Wish List, Serendipity, The Babymoon and Bittersweet For several years, Melanie worked for the art auction house Christie s, in both Sydney and Melbourne, where she trained as a specialist in Australian paintings Following the success of her debut novel she gave up her career in the art world to become a full time writer Melanie is very happily married and has two young sons She usually lives in Melbourne but is currently residing in South Africa, where she is hoping to fulfill a long term dream by finally having a genuine reason to wear a safari suit and pith helmet

New Read [ The Babymoon  ] Author [ Melanie La'Brooy ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com
  • Paperback
  • 408 pages
  • The Babymoon
  • Melanie La'Brooy
  • English
  • 25 July 2017

10 thoughts on “The Babymoon

  1. says:

    This is a story following Bella and her partner Jack as they live through the months of pregnancy I expected humour, scenarios of funny situations that pregnancy and childbirth puts you in Although this books tries very hard to do these things, it fails miserably This book is neither funny nor heart warming Bella is a very irri...

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  3. says:

    Babymoon tells the story of Isabelle Beckett, who thought that she would never have children having never been the maternal type But after she and boyfriend Jack discuss the idea, Isabelle is suddenly excited about becoming a family and quickly falls pregnant Pregnancy is nothing like Isabelle would have imagined, and she has absolutely no idea what is happening to her and to her body As her pregnancy progresses Isabelle getsandworried about giving birth and matters aren t helped Babymoon tells the story of Isabelle Beckett, who thought that she would never have children having never been the maternal type But after she and boyfriend Jack discuss the idea, Isabelle is suddenly excited about becoming a family and quickly falls pregnant Pregnancy is nothing like Isabelle would have imagined, and she has absolutely no idea what is happening to her and to her body As her pregnancy progresses Isabelle getsandworried about giving birth and matters aren t helped when her relationship with Jack begins to suffer, in part due to the fact ex boyfriend Charlie is suddenly on the scene again Has Isabelle gotten over Charlie for good, or is she still hankering after her ex, despite being pregnant with someone else s child And what of Dr Jack, how does Isabelle really feel about him and their baby I ve heard such good things about Melanie La Brooy s Baby...

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    i think this abbreviation is over used so i don t often use it but ROFL rolling on floor laughing, for those who like me take a while to figure out what they all mean, took me ages to figure out what LMAO meant, i thought it was lame with an o the story is set in Melbourne, all my favourite books are set in Australia, i love knowing that i have b...

  5. says:

    Hilarious Loved it.The countdown to mummydom has started .IIsabelle Beckett and Jack Boyd are expecting their first child And Isabelle is the very model of a calm Earth Mother to be.Or she would be if she wasn t consumed by anxiety about finding her pelvic floor, watching birthing videos or deciding upon an uber trendy or dreadfully practical pram But with the support of a host of new mothers and friends all full of the worst possible advice, just maybe Isabelle can make it through pregn Hilarious Loved it.The countdown to mummydom has started .IIsabelle Beckett and Jack Boyd are expecting their first child And Isabelle is the very model of a calm Earth Mother to be.Or she would be if she wasn t consumed by anxiety about finding her pelvic floor, watching birthing videos or deciding upon an uber trendy or dreadfully practical pram But with the support of a host of new mothers and friends all full of the worst possible advice, just ma...

  6. says:

    This book was the perfect accompaniment to my pregnancy Reflected every quirky, funny thing I was going through as a first timer I loved it eventhan Melanie s first book Must read for mums to be Humorous and realistic

  7. says:

    I didn t enjoy this one as much as the first novel, but it was still a fun, light, cute read A great insight into being pregnant for a woman like me who is not interested in becoming a mother, but still has a curiosity about the process.

  8. says:

    A cute piece of fluff An easy to read pregnancy fiction I love that it didn t gloss over all the gritty bits about pregnancy but embraced it, swollen ankles and all Cute story that left me wanting .

  9. says:

    Melanie La Brooy is my favourite author I literally laugh out loud when reading her books This one doesn t disappoint.

  10. says:

    Best book I ve read in a long time Talk about laugh a minute Seriously hilarious author will be reading her other books.

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