Surely you've heard of the Moms' Night Out movie by now. I haven't seen the movie but I read the book and ohmygoodness it was so funny! Tricia Goyer did a great job of writing the story based on the screenplay. I especially liked the role of the pastors wife, she cracked me up and I saw a lot of myself in her. I think every mother could relate to the things in this book.
This was well written and grabbed by attention from the first page. It had me laughing so much that I was afraid I'd fall off of the treadmill (I multitask). It took a little under two hours to read so would make a great vacation book too.
Here's the back cover:
Another exciting book to go along with this one and the movie is the little Moms' Night Out devotional book. This is filled with side-splitting insights and tender stories that will refresh, encourage, and let you know that you are normal and you are not alone.
These were provided for review by LitFuse