Two years ago Nori Stedworth fled the conservative mentality of both her parents and Ten Commandments, Iowa for Manhattan. She loves her new lifeauntil one devastating afternoon that culminates with the arrival of her motheracomplete with luggage, craft supplies, and a crisis of her own. Mom is suffering from middle-age meltdown. Her only identity is as a wife and mother, but her husband is a workaholic, and her daughter is halfway across the country. Grandchildren would give her life new purpose. Nori copes by resurrecting Gertie, her childhood imaginary friend, whose acerbic wit pushes Nori out of her comfort zone and into the arms of a way too good-looking radio station manageramuch to momas dismay. She has other plans for her daughter. But when momas quirky crafts land her on TV, life for both Stedworth women takes an unexpected turn, and they learn itas never too late to listen to your inner voice.Earnest stared at Noria#39;s belly button casting. His jaw ... aWhat do you mean youa#39;re not leaving?a I folded ... I had no idea where this budding career of mine would lead, but I needed to find out, and I couldna#39;t do that back in Ten Commandments.
|Title||:||Talk Gertie to Me|
|Publisher||:||Lois Winston - 2015-04-02|