When Keira first receives her breast cancer diagnosis, she never expects to end up joining a running group with three women she’s only just met. Totally blind-sided, all she can think about is how she doesn’t want to tell her family or step back from work. Nor does she want to be part of a group of fellow cancer patients. Cancer is not her club. And yet it’s running—hot, sweaty, lycra-clad running in the company of brilliant, funny women all going through treatment—that unexpectedly gives Keira the hope she so urgently needs. Because Kiera will not be defined by the C-word. And now, with the Cancer Ladies’ Running Club cheering her on, she is going to reclaim everything: her family, her identity, and her life. One step at a time. Moving, uplifting, and full of hope, this beautifully crafted novel about love, family, and the power of finding your tribe is based on the author’s own experience with cancer and community.