Leah narrowed her eyes. “Let’s be honest, Shari. Look how long it took us to agree on a title. How will we actually write the magazine together?”
“Oh, Leah, we’ll be fine. It’s good we come from two different perspectives. I’ll bring in pizzazz and you’ll make sure we stay in line.”
“But we have different ideas about what it should accomplish,” Leah persisted. “I don’t want to make waves. But you do, don’t you?”
Leah Hartman’s old friend Shari Katz has just moved to town, and she’s come up with a brainstorm — to start a magazine together. The two friends are ready for the challenge, but meshing their vision is a lot harder than they realize.
Leah’s sister Aviva is embarking on an adventure of her own — a shidduch different from any she’s ever considered before. Can she overcome the hurdles arising from this new and uncharted territory?
Gavriel Kaplan, Leah’s brother, is facing issues on a different front. His wife, Esther Rina, can’t seem to give their children the love and attention they deserve. Will the Kaplans ever see eye to eye on how they raise their family?
Popular author Sara Wiederblank presents us with an absorbing novel full of engaging, true-to-life characters whose struggles reflect those of our friends and neighbors. Sit back and savor as Leah, Aviva, and Gavriel give their lives — and their values — a second look.
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