Gillian finds things even worse than she expected, but she doesn't believe her mother is dying. She believes she is tired and depressed because of a small stroke she had, but dying? No. Can Gillian afford to stay, or does she need to go back to New York to try to save her job? Why does she suddenly not feel like leaving?
This is a nice gentle story that is not a hard read. I think the only complaint I have is that Lauraine leaves many questions unanswered. I was going to list them for you here, but I don't want to ruin the story for you. But I do have a few I would like to ask of the characters/Lauraine. Over all this is one of those stories that you can easily read over a weekend.