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By Kristin Hannah | Comments: ( 228 ) | Date: ( Feb 23, 2020 )

The youngest of three daughters, Angela DeSaria Malone was always the princess of the family, a girl who thought she knew how her life would unfold High School College Marriage Motherhood That was how it had gone for her sisters, her cousins, her friends But it didn t work out that way for Angie She and her husband tried desperately to have a child year after yeaThe youngest of three daughters, Angela DeSaria Malone was always the princess of the family, a girl who thought she knew how her life would unfold High School College Marriage Motherhood That was how it had gone for her sisters, her cousins, her friends But it didn t work out that way for Angie She and her husband tried desperately to have a child year after year, their perfectly decorated nursery remained empty Finally, their marriage collapsed under the weight of lost dreams.After the divorce, Angie moved back to her hometown and rejoined her loud, loving, slightly crazy family In West End, a place where life rises and falls in time with the tides, she will find the man who once again will open her heart to love and meet the girl who will change Angie s life.Lauren Ribido lives in a rundown apartment in a bad part of town with a mother who cares about her next drink than about her daughter At seventeen, Lauren knows that her aspirations in life may never come to pass.From the moment they meet, Angie sees something special in Lauren They form a quick connection, this woman who is desperate for a daughter and the girl who has never known a mother s love When Lauren is abandoned by her mother, Angie doesn t hesitate to offer the girl a place to stay But nothing could have prepared Angie for the far reaching repercussions of this act of kindness In a dramatic turn of events, she and Lauren will be tested in a way that mothers and daughters seldom are Together they will embark on an intensely moving, deeply emotional journey to the very heart of what it means to be a family.

  • Title: The Things We Do for Love
  • Author: Kristin Hannah
  • ISBN: 9780345467508
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Kristin Hannah

Kristin Hannah is the award winning and bestselling author of than 20 novels including the international blockbuster, The Nightingale, which was named Best Historical fiction novel for 2015 and won the coveted People s Choice award for best fiction in the same year Additionally, it was named a Best Book of the Year by , iTunes, Buzzfeed, the Wall Street Journal, Paste, and The Week Kristin s highly anticipated new release, The Great Alone, will be published on February 6, 2018 St Martin s Press The novel, an epic love story and intimate family drama set in Alaska in the turbulent 1970 s is a daring, stay up all night story about love and loss, the fight for survival and the wildness that lives in both nature and man It has been listed as one of the most anticipated novels of the year by The Seattle Times, Bustle, PopSugar, Working Mother, Southern Living, and.The Nightingale is currently in production at Tri Star, with award winning director Michelle MacLaren set to direct Home Front was optioned for film by 1492 Films produced the Oscar nominated The Help with Chris Columbus attached to write, produce, and direct Movie news on The Great Alone is coming soonistinhannah

Comments The Things We Do for Love

  • Alaine

    This is the second book of Kristin Hannah's I've read and I absolutely loved it. It was the most beautiful touching story that I've read in a long time. This author has a unique insight into the human soul and she is able to gently guide her characters into a full and rich life in a way that is believable and heartfelt. Once I started this story I must admit that I just couldn't stop, it drew me in very quickly and I was delighted with the way it turned out. It's a story of human compassion and [...]

  • Sharon

    I don't know what part of this book hurt the most, the death of her child, her divorce, her fathers death, the teenager's broken life, the teen pregnancy, or everything else. This book tore my heart out and ripped it into tiny pieces. Then, slowly, Kristin Hannah put it back together. There was no typical happy ending, but it was just the ending I needed to read! A definite keeper. a book to be thought about often and remembered fondly.

  • Heather

    Truly an awful book, in part because it pretends to be a good one. It's one dimensional, flat writing, the kind that might be interesting in a writer's workshop but with characters who are not developed in any way, for a novel. Hannah is a terrible writer; her plot is boring; the characters don't feel real in any way (has she ever had a family that she might draw from?), and there is a use of overdone language, like, calling the parents, "Mama" and "Papa," without real introduction. This book tr [...]

  • Diana

    I loved,loved,loved this book. It is a story of a couple who has tried for years to have a child and when they finally have one she doesn't live very long. They get a divorce and Angie moves back to the coast to be around her family and of course they are a big Italian family with a restaurant the is having money troubles so Angie steps in to help. She hires a young girl named Lauren who has practically raised herself as her mother is an alcoholic. Lauren gets pregnant and her Mother leaves and [...]

  • Maureen

    Super quick read2 days. I couldn't put it down and I think it's b/c I could really relate to the main character, Angie. I loved how Hannah captures the emotion of Angie, who is not able to conceive. It makes me wonder if the author experienced a miscarriage b/c she nailed it. The book focuses on the DeSario family, a large italian family with all sisters. Angie was the favorite of her father's growing up. She is the only one who moves out of their small town, becomes a marketing exec, and seems [...]

  • Gale

    Light reading, good characters.

  • Melanie

    I had no expectations for this book. I simply picked it up at the grocery store, becuase I had nothing else to read and it sort of looked promising. I've tried to read Kristin Hannah before, so that should have been my clue not to try. The synopsis on the back sounded good, but it's pretty much the whole book. I don't like Hannah's style of writing. I find it very simple and lifeless, just like her characters. There were no surprises with this book. You can predict the plot from the first page. [...]

  • Kristina Masset

    Five stars! Good lord this book had me racing back and forth with emotions! Crying, and smiling! I just couldn't help makin silly faces at every sentence I read. I loved the characters. Angie gives me hope that there are still people out there willing to help others. And on top of that, she got what she wanted. A family and to be happy. I loved it!

  • Kirsten Feldman

    Even though this one was completely predictable and a little overwrought, Hannah's characters still breathe (they sigh too much though).

  • Minty McBunny

    Pretty typical Kristin Hannah, I enjoyed it well enough, even though it was quite contrived & not realistic by any means, but I thought the ending was a letdown, left me with an overall bad taste in my mouth.

  • Myrtle Yvonne

    This book is all feels. It will make the reader smile, sad, laugh, long for someone you love/once loved, think, remember. This book shows the reader the humanness of people, even weakness and fragility. And also the things that tears people in half - love and forgiveness. Kristin Hannah will tell you through the story about life, "'He loved to sit here and watch the ocean,' Mama said, leaning against her.'We have to fix the stairs, Maria. That's what he said first thing every summer.''Did you he [...]

  • Ns

    The Things We Do For Love is an emotional journey into one woman's life-stifling heartache of needing to experience motherhood; of wanting and needing a child to love. It is a story about one of the strongest bonds between females, the bond shared between a mother and her daughter. Another young woman finds herself on the other end of the spectrum, a woman who has yet to experience a mother's nurture and love. Together these women find themselves linked in ways they couldn't imagine, discovering [...]

  • Anne

    Reminiscent of ANOTHER LITTLE PIECE OF MY HEART by Jane Green: woman desperately wants baby, comes to realize that pregnancy will never happen, baby miraculously comes into her life through an unexpected relationship. In the case of Angie Malone, what could have been opportunity to live out what she claimed to be true--that her life would turn out just fine even if there was never a baby--turned into another schmaltzy story line. I'm amazed by many things in this story--a woman and her daughter [...]

  • Tina

    I picked up this book by mistake. I thought the author was Kristin Higgins and didn’t realize Kristin Hannah was a different author that writes a different genre. I didn’t catch onto my mistake until about a third of the way thru the book. My tastes in books range from adventure and fun to witty and fantasy-like because when choosing to read a book, it is like a mini vacation from my life. Normally on vacations, I don’t really like to visit sad, gut- wrenching life lessons, but I had alrea [...]

  • Carol

    A love story of families: between mother and daughter; between sisters; between a man and a woman; a boy and a girl; a girl and her brand new baby and a woman and the child she always wanted. It's a love story on all these levels with a few twists and turns that we are accustomed to with Ms. Hannah's prose. I enjoyed it very much even though I had trouble reading it through my tears in a few places. Good summer reading at the beach or on a rainy day at home. A great Italian family that comes tog [...]

  • Dawn

    I will refrain from commenting on the swearing and sex because that is pretty much my standard complaint.I liked this book. The complexity of the relationships was very interesting. I enjoyed the soul-searching that Angie, the main character, experienced.If you are going to read this book, don't read the next paragraph until you finish the book, it talks about the ending!Because of my own personal feelings on the subject of adoption, I was let down by the ending. Hannah set it up so that it real [...]

  • April

    I don't understand the bad reviews of this book. Yes, the story lines were cliche - a teenage pregnancy and a woman who would do anything for a child she can't have herself. But I thought the way the character's lives weaved together was beautiful. I cared deeply for all of the characters, and though the ending was predictable, it worked. I think it works because, despite the cliches, Hannah draws the reader in and makes the characters mean something. I read it so easily seeing myself in either [...]

  • Denise

    Kristin Hannah is one of my new favorite authors. This book was a great read! She is very good at weaving a tragedy into a happier package.

  • Rod

    I try not to give out 5 star reviews too often. But this was a masterpiece that had me crying and cheering. What an amazing author Kristin Hannah is. Wow!A little town west of Seattle (on the ocean) has a fun, quirky little community. And an Italian, family run, restaurant that can change people's lives. We get Angela, who divorces her husband, and longs for a baby she ends up back home and passionate about saving the family restaurant from financial failure.We also get Lauren, a neglected teen [...]

  • Mel Ann

    Life and Love are filled with ups and downs. For Angie and Conlan they have had some huge ups and some very low downs. Angie and Lauren meet each other at just the right time. Their road is a rough one and they come to find something that they both need in their lives. A book about healing some deep wounds and finding love and family.

  • Jesper

    A fast-pacing story about two women bonding over the same thing and helping each other. Admittedly and surprisingly heart-warming and gripping. And even though the story is predictable and unoriginal, the ending was wonderfully touching and honestly I couldn't stop reading. I've had to know how it ends. Well done Kristin Hannah!

  • Kimberly Jackson

    Never a disappointment. I was definitely not expecting this ending. Angie is one woman that I can say stands up for what she believes in. Kristin Hannah has done it yet again, she had my attention from the first page to the last page. A bittersweet wonderful story. It's a must read

  • Christine

    Kristin Hannah is an amazing author. I have loved everyone of her books. This book is beautifully written, and is filled with amazing characters. I want to be part of the DeSaria family. This book also evokes a multitude of emotions and makes you think about life circumstances.

  • Jan

    Angie wanted nothing more than a baby and despite numerous attempts, nothing worked. In a year's time, she'd lost her infant daughter, her father and her husband. Lauren wanted nothing more than a loving mother and family and great things happened when she and Angie crossed paths.

  • Sara Smith

    I like books that make me laugh and cry so this one fits well into that category.

  • Stacey

    It reads like the movie, My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Except the family is Italian, not Greek. Easy, quick read perfect for a beach weekend or long flight. Touching characters and great (albeit predictable) plot. 3.5 stars (I rounded up).

  • Sovotchka

    Review crossposted to 238 books in 238 days.-----------------"The Things We Do For Love" describes the lives of several women and their positions on motherhood.Angie was a career-oriented woman before she focused everything on her wish for a child, which has never been granted. Following a divorce, Angie returns to her small hometown and to the family restaurant. Her mother is the prototype of an Italian mom - traditionalist, overbearing and stubborn, but also loving, giving and protective. Angi [...]

  • A. R.

    3.5 starsally wish there was a way to shade in half a star. But putting that aside "The Things We Do For Love" is one of Kristin Hannah's transition books. I'm not sure there are any more, but this book really felt like her first attempts to blend romance and women's fiction. And I liked it.The story was solidly written. At some spots there were descriptions of the weather and landscape that seemed a bit forced. It was an obvious attempt to move time along, but it wasn't very interesting and fel [...]

  • Vicki

    This book is a about Angie DeSaria and Lauren Ribido. Angie is a newly divorced woman. she decides to go back home because she wants to stay away for a while. she ends up helping her mother and her 2 sisters with the family restaurant. Lauren Ribido is living in the same small town as Angie. Lauren works and tries to make sure her mother doesn't have the money she earns. her mother is always telling her how she was a mistake and her mother does nothing but drink. Angie offers Lauren a job. And t [...]

  • Naomi Campbell

    I had read a Kristin Hannah book before, and this one fell into my life twice, like, two different copies of this book landed on me, so I read it. I had really eaten up the first one of her books I read, which I think was Night Road or something like that. There are also several of her books on my to-read list, but I hadn't heard of this one. It was okay, and then it was really sad, even at a sad time in my life, which I thought was just, well, sad, but then it got happier, and then it got deepe [...]

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