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Connor Reilly had laughed at his brother for being the first triplet to lose the "no sex for ninety days" bet. Though there were two long, tempting months ahead for him, Connor was determined to go the distance. Because not only was he a marine; he was a Reilly. For two years, Connor had been coming to Emma Jacobsen's shop, and she'd listened to…
Today's young sons often have better relationships with their mothers, but the old patterns persist. Mothers and Sons may help to bridge the gulf between women and men.
'With compassion, frankness and insight, Babette Smith exposes the dangers of gender stereotypes and encourages a more realistic appreciation of the needs which are unique to every relationship.' - Hugh Mackay
'...fascinating and poignant insights into the changing nature of mother-son relationships.' - Bettina Arndt
'A compassionate, insightful and timely exploration of a core element in male identity...' - Terry Colling, author of Beyond Mateship
'As the mother of two sons, I want everyone to read it.' - Wendy McCarthy AO