More than just a swear word, the fiction book club novel MOM AF is here to show you the real journey of being a mother and having a career, and help you to relate to it in a fun and entertaining way.
Christine Carter is a badass fearless and inspirational Black girl. She may run on caffeine, chaos, and cuss words, but she wants nothing more than to become a well-rounded parent, wife, and professional. Like most young moms, she aspires to live a stress-free life. But when her world becomes unbalanced, and a separation thwarts her, Carter must look inside herself, realize shawty, you AIN’T the sh*t, and address several issues- from the idea of traditional marriage to perfectionism to self-doubt. MOM AFfollows Carter’s journey to owning her sh*t (the good and the bad) and redefining what truly makes her one sane, strong, and sexy mother.
This novel is essential because it's unintentionally full of affirmations to help women have a mindful divorce and teach them how to heal and be happy after a separation. In each chapter the reader will see their lives and nod in agreement, curse in anger, or even chuckle out loud, thinking “I get you and you get me.” This Goodreads, TikTok, and Instagram recommendation will provide comfort, empathy, and hope for many young women. Perfect for fans of How Not to Hate Your Husband After Kids by Jancee Dunn, To Have and to Hold: Motherhood, Marriage, and the Modern Dilemma by Molly Millwood, and Eat, Pray, #FML by Gabrielle Stone.