For 39-year-old Johnelle Morrissey, the American Dream is a successful career in medical technology, a stately home in historic Charleston, SC, and happy times with the people she loves mosther husband Dwight, their teenage son Ian and her oldest friend Alice Choate. That dream shatters on a routine business trip when her plane goes down shortly after takeoff, leaving her with only clouded memories of her former life.
Devastated by the tragedy, Alice teams with the family to help Johnelle recover. For hours on end they talk about their lives, reminiscing on the moments that formed their friendship over the years, with Alice guarding her most closely held secretthat she’s been in love with Johnelle for as long as she can remember.
Johnelle begins pulling the memories together, eventually recalling the significant events of her lifethe college years, her wedding and the joys of raising her son. What she can’t remember are feelings of love for Dwight. As her physical injuries heal, the depressing return to her marriage is more than she can bear especially since her heart wants Alice.
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About the Author
KG MacGregor earned her PhD in journalism, and her writing stripes preparing market research reports for newspaper, television and travel clients. She wrote her first piece of fiction in 2002 and discovered her bliss. Since then, she has authored more than a dozen novels, including 2007 Lammy winner Out of Love. A hiking enthusiast, she climbed to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in 2001. With her partner of 15+ years, KG recently relocated to the California desert. She is also a member of the Lambda Literary Foundation Board of Trustees.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Imagine surviving a horrific plane crash only to realize that the perfect life you've been living isn't the perfect life at all. KG MacGregor manages to walk the fine line between a heterosexual marriage and a homosexual relationship without it becoming a man-bashing. I loved this one.