Written in the voice of Mary Beth, who has crafted her identity and vision of herself and her self-sufficient life, only to have it upended, shaken, and shifted. Her self-serving and controlling personhood is transformed, softened, and her identity reformed, by events and relationships, new and old. This is the story of her journey, or rather its beginning. Many women, with family, career, identity, marriage, and friendship demands, will see themselves in Mary Beth and know her story well.
This is not great literature but a very relatable story with lessons. A good listen—