First there is Sunny, the daughter of a flower child. "I'm just floating," that's how she describes herself. No direction, no plans, promiscuous and no guidance from a mother who is also an adolescent. Next is Angi. The product of a restrictive Catholic School education. Now away from home and open to a new world of ideas. She says, "I don't went to be my mother. I don't want to have a bunch of kids at a young age, stay at home and get fat. I want to make something of my self. Last is Heather. From a dysfunctional family and with an abusive father, she has faced her daemons. She still has difficulty forming relationships and has issues of trust in people. The women are friends through a campus job.
Victoria Herbert brings the reader through each of the woman's challenges. Their joys, their loves and their successes. In the end each becomes their own person as an independent women. This story will lead you to tears of joy and fill your hart with laughter.