Twenty-five years ago, Carly Griffin left Leland, Kentucky – sure it held nothing for her future. Now weary of living overseas for one consulting project after another, she’s glad to have two months back in Leland to relax with her aging parents. When she catches a glimpse of her high school friend Justine in the doorway of her elegant home, she is surprised by the warm, familiar feelings stirred within.
Justine Hall made different choices, returning to Leland after college to marry and raise two children. Now divorced, she walks a fine line between sanity and hell, struggling to reconcile the sexuality she can no longer deny with the expectations of motherhood and mores in a small town.