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"Some things should be kept private." Frances can never get her mother's advice out of her head. When she's diagnosed with breast cancer, she attempts to keep juggling all her wife and motherly duties while dealing with her illness alone. Will the demands of chemotherapy push her to accept her own limits and a friend's unconditional love?
Number of Pages: 257
Vendor: Waterfall Press
|Publication Date: 2017|
Some things should be kept private. Frances Snyder can never quite get her mother’s voice out of her head. How to be the perfect wife. The perfect mother. Frances’s home life is demanding, and while she’s busy seeing to everyone else’s needs, Frances doesn’t have the luxury of spare time.
So when she is diagnosed with breast cancer, she thinks that she can handle it on her own. Dealing with endless tests, brutal chemotherapy, and the looming specter of surgery, Frances chooses to face cancer on her own terms: alone. That is, until she finally understands that unexpected friendship—and unconditional love—can offer hope in the darkest hours.
With tenderness, grace, and flashes of humor, bestselling author Sarah Price draws upon her own experience as a breast cancer survivor to create a story about one woman’s determined and solitary journey into the unknown—in hopes that she’ll find her way back home.