"In her latest novel, Heidi Renee Mason writes with warmth and wisdom about one woman's attempt to move past her past and embrace a new life—and yes, new love—after tragedy. I couldn't stop turning the pages and tore through Finding The Invisible Woman in less than two days." —Camille Pagán, bestselling author of I'm Fine and Neither Are You
What do you do when no one sees you? How do you find yourself when you've become invisible?
Forty-three-year-old Hadley Monroe has outgrown her life. Nothing in her world seems to fit anymore. A loving wife and doting mother of two grown daughters, Hadley has always put the needs of her family first, quietly tucking away her own dreams of being an artist. Although she doesn't regret her choices, Hadley has entered the phase of life where she feels lost.
Her children are grown, and her role as a mother has changed. Hadley's husband, Charlie, an attorney and ten years her senior, doesn't seem to need her anymore either. Hadley loves Charlie with all her heart, but lately, he's been distant, and Hadley believes he's keeping a secret. Unable to connect with him, she is isolated and alone.
A chance encounter with a stranger sets in motion a series of events that will upend her life and challenge everything she ever believed. When Hadley receives the call that her abusive, estranged mother is dying, she feels the walls closing in even more. Her solid, perfect life is unrecognizable. Can she find her way back to the woman she used to be? Does that woman even exist?
How can she find herself when she has become invisible?