“Terry White’s work inspires a reader through her subtle humor and life-affirming take on the world around us.”
— Ann Foley, author of Elliott Island, The Land Time Forgot; A Dorchester Scrapbook: That Reminds Me of a Story; Wiley Abbott: Having My Say, and Holland Island: The Lost Atlantis of the Eastern Shore.
Bobbie Grant has no idea of how the world turns when she is hired as a waitress at Mama Trucker’s Cafe, a truckstop just off the Interstate. Newly separated from her fickle musician husband, Bobbie vows to make better choices in her life, but nothing seems to go the way she plans until handsome Frederick March shows up and courts her with jewelry and flowers.
What happens when a group of senior citizens decide to manage the way they are treated at the end of their long and useful lives? Will they go along with the state of the art status quo – or find new reasons to get up on Thursday mornings to discuss their possible fates?
Rae Ann had hopes for a nice, normal life until she saw Skip barrel out from behind that little country store in Paradox in the wake of an armed robbery.
Her vow to make a better life for herself generates suspicion in a town where girls who have not married by the time they are twenty are surely destined to be old maids.
Skip keeps coming back like a bad penny, but Rae Ann has other plans. She’