Singer-songwriter Christine Daley was a Boston celebrity with a local radio hit in the 1990s, but she took a short career break to marry and have kids. Now, sixteen years later, she’s a frustrated suburban housewife, still on break. So Chris files for divorce and attempts to reestablish her own rhythms, both in music and in love. Her two teenagers, however—who are facing serious issues themselves—seem to need their mom more than ever. And her manipulative, soon-to-be-ex-husband is throwing every obstacle he can find into her way. Chris is also perplexed by the radical changes in the music industry, and she doesn’t feel ready for hi-tech dating. And yet, she knows what she wants. Is there room in the mix for her?
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Published February 6, 2013
by Semicolon Press.
Literature & Fiction.