Heidi Elliot has joined the elite ranks of stay-at-home moms, a world of cartoons, toys and lactation. When her husband's business experiences financial problems, Heidi decides to take a part-time job at a pyramid scheme dressed up in women's clothing: "Christian" lingerie by Solomon's Closet, a company created by her new friends Kylie and Russ Zimmerman. Filled with colorful characters, including a clog-wearing legalistic and a best friend who skipped town to travel the globe, Bottom Line provides a humorous and knowing look at a mom's life.
As much as she loved being home for her daughter, Heidi Elliott misses working. And her husband seems increasingly worried about their dwindling bank balance.
So when Kylie Zimmerman dangles the chance to become part of a ?life-enhancing, woman-affirming business opportunity,? Heidi takes the bait. What does she have to lose?
Kimberly Stuart lives with her husband and two children in Iowa, where she writes faithfully before laundry and during nap time. For more information about Kimberly, please visit www.kimberlystuart.com.
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