|couldn't resist the British|
lingo there. ;)
Mrs. Morgan from The Gallagher Girl Series by Ally Carter- Cammie's relationship with her mother in this series is a very realistic portrayal and also just a really nice relationship. Cammie doesn't have her father around, but she has her mother, which I think actually strengthens their relationship even more.
Natalie Prior from Divergent by Veronica Roth- You actually don't see Tris' mom that much in Divergent, but when you do, she's so incredible. (I'm trying not to give spoilers here) Tris' perspective on her mother completely changes towards the end of the book and she realizes how strong her mother is.
Mrs. Dempsey from How Not to Be Popular by Jennifer Ziegler- Both of Maggie's hippie parents have stuck with me long after I finished this book, but especially Maggie's mother. Maggie doesn't get along great with her "hippie-minded" parents who she's despised nearly since birth when they named her "Sugar Magnolia Dempsey." But Mrs. Dempsey is just too funny not to love. ;)
Enjoy your Mother's Day! :)