He Made My Mama Laugh

  • by Lawrence Stripling
  • Narrated by verline clingman
  • 5 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Tanya Norwell was a patient and loving wife. She was the type of spouse who would put up with most anything to keep her marriage together. During her 16-year marriage, Tanya often turned a blind eye to her husband's drunkenness and infidelities.
Tanya was most happy being a housewife and a mother to her three children. The only thing that Tanya felt would make her life complete was another child, maybe a baby boy. The problem was that her husband didn't want another child. He would brush the idea away.
When Tanya would ask her husband for another child, his usual response was "now is not a good time or honey, we can't afford the three we have".
Tanya later found out the true reason her husband didn't want another child. He already had two children with another woman across town. Their ages were seven and nine, two years younger than their youngest daughter. Her husband was living a double life. Her husband had a dual-personality.
Tanya was devastated and felt like such a fool. How could he have another family across town and she not know?
She soon divorced her husband.
Nicola Kim Norwell is Tanya's outspoken and overprotective middle child. Kim as she likes to be called is never one to pull punches or hold her tongue. It broke Kim's heart to see her mother sad and crying.
Kim let it be known that she hated her father and she swore that she would never speak to him again. She often told people that her father was dead.
During the five years following the divorce, Tanya was often sad and unhappy.
Kim and her best friend Rodney Price decided it was time they found someone who would love her mother, treat her right and make her smile again.
They took it as their personal responsibility to find such a man for mom. They were on a mission to find someone who could make her mama laugh.


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This was pretty humorous! I loved the characters just wish the story was developed more. Has the potential to be a great series. Narrator has way too much background noise going on and the editing was horrible!
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- Edwina

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-19-2016
  • Publisher: Frazier Publishing and Services