Ben Freitag is frazzled; he's barely slept in weeks. After delivering beautiful, healthy twin boys, his wife, Chloe returned home diagnosed with a severe case of postpartum depression. Listless and lethargic, she seems to want nothing to do with them or Ben, who is running low on everything: love, energy, patience and time off from work. So when Chloe's estranged great-grandmother, the almost mythical, Baba Fête, offers her assistance Ben welcomes her.
The seemingly ageless and vivacious Baba whooshes in, effortlessly managing the household and convinces Ben to go back to work; she will take care of the house and his family. Now Ben can get some sleep and return to some sense of normality.
Overwhelmed by Baba and lured back into the warm rhythm of work, Ben doesn't notice what's happening; something had invaded Ben's home and is eating his family away--literally.
|Publisher:||The Wild Rose Press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||111 KB|