As the salt begins to win the battle over pepper, Marsha finds herself, once again, sitting in a hospital with her father. This time is the last.
The walls are the same white, but now they begin to reflect on her life.
Always the dutiful daughter, and then the supportive wife, she was there. Mother, wife, daughter—but now she is facing a crisis of identity. As the daughterhood is closing, the wife was thrown aside long ago, and motherhood…
Marsha examines what is and what could have been…
In life, the road not taken is sometimes just another left turn.
Popular lesbian romance writer, Shye Ryder, teams up with Pulitzer Nominated, Baer Charlton, to bring a fresh telling of a very old refrain. With the combined introspection of Shye, and the gritty storytelling of Baer, the power of this subtle story will hit you in the gut and make you examine your own life. This is the book which will be talked about for years.