I'd grown up thinking life was like one of the dressmaking patterns Mother bought to sew my clothes. If I followed it, my life would turn out as perfect as my dresses. I'd meet someone and fall in love with him. He would love me and take care of me. That's what my father had done with Mother and me. That's what men did. We would get married, have children and live a loving life. Somehow it had all changed, like the clouds - Sheila Horne.It's 1973. As Toronto loosens up, four young women must navigate the shifting social currents put in motion by the '60s. Ella realizes everything she trusted as a child is a lie. Raynie believes marriage is the easy way out and thinks nothing of having sex with any guy she meets. Jessie would rather face life stoned, while Meg still desperately wants a husband and family. But childhood values and friendships are tested when a car accident sparks a series of life-altering events....
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About the Author
Sheila Horne started writing short stories as a teenager in Bryan, Texas. She graduated from the George Brown College Creative Writing Program and participates in various writing workshops. She designs and facilitates writing programs in the Toronto area. As a member of The Markham Village Writers and The Writers' Community of York Region, she enjoys inspiring others to write. Her poems, articles and short stories have been published in anthologies and magazines. Sunshine Girls is her first book....