A young woman searches for love in the most unlikely of places while fighting against the injustice of her time in this lyrical novel that is part Jeanne Ray and part Fannie Flagg.
About the Author
SUSAN GREGG GILMORE has written for the "Chattanooga Times Free Press," the "Los Angeles Times," and the "Christian Science Monitor," She lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband and three daughters. This is her first novel.
Producer Tavia Gilbert is an AudioFile Earphones Award winner, an Audie Award nominee, and a Parent's Choice Award winner. She makes her home in Portland, Maine, where she works as a writer and a stage and voice actor. Tavia produces, directs, and narrates unique audiobooks, full-cast recordings, and documentaries, and she is currently pursuing an MFA in creative nonfiction at the Vermont College of Fine Arts.