by Kay Acker
Dissatisfied computer programmer Lauren Ashburn left a promising job to help her family in Vermont take care of her dying father. Now that he’s gone, Lauren has every intention of returning to her old life: the vibrant, successful one her father had always expected her to have, but she feels adrift without his strict guidance.
Georgia Solomon designs homes for others, but as a bisexual autistic woman, she rarely feels at home herself. When her best friend dies suddenly, leaving her alone with their young daughter, her little slice of happiness vanishes, and Georgia finds herself struggling to navigate a world that doesn’t understand her.
Lauren and Georgia clash at a disastrous work meeting, but Georgia’s daughter Hannah pulls them together despite themselves. As they discover new possibilities and priorities for the future, can they make room for love, or will they have to leave each other behind in order to move forward?
|Publication Date||March 11, 2021|