A mile wide and with winds rising over 200 miles per hour, the EF-5 tornado that laid waste to Joplin, Missouri, took everything from Dale Kinsel. Already struggling to get through the years after the death of her partner Sydney, Dale doesn’t believe she can find the strength to dig through the rubble.
The last thing she needs is Sydney’s sister, Taren, crossing her path again. There is nothing but bad blood between them and Taren’s help doesn’t change that. Surrounded by a broken landscape, Dale has little hope of reclaiming even the simple pleasures. But life—and love—have a way of starting over.
|Publication Date||October 15, 2013|
|Editor||Katherine V. Forrest|
|Cover Designer||Judith Fellows|
Lambda Literary Review
Reviewer Anna Furtado — When the storm is over, the difficulties of recovery are just beginning... Read it to experience empathy and hope, resiliency, and triumph over adversity—and second chances at love, because in the end, love is the most important simple pleasure of all.
Praise for Kenna White
Winner, Lambda Literary Award
Just About Write: Kenna White is one of the mistresses of lesbian romance!