Find out how to sisters can be so different from each other and how they influence all the people in their lives including each other. Dorothy is self-centered and conniving, and Ruth is a free spirit and vulnerable, especially where her sister is concerned. Their lives take them many miles apart and Ruth becomes homeless, and her sister Dorothy is bringing up Ruth’s daughter Elizabeth. This all transpires with Dorothy’s actions and thoughtlessness for her sister.
The reader will be involved with two stories in this book. Dorothy’s life with her husband and Ruth’s daughter, and Ruth’s life on the streets of New York. Ruth is living with the group that befriended her and people that she calls family. They are a delightful mix of humor, love for each other, and caring.
As the book progresses, things take a turn for the better, and no “bad” deed goes unpunished. This story comes to a dramatic and emotional ending and ultimately will captivate the reader.
This book will touch every emotion, and inform the reader how easy it is to become homeless, and how we can help each other to avoid this life change. It gives hope to those who want to get out of this unfortunate life.
About the Author
L. M. Henderson has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area all her life. She and her late husband were involved in little theatre throughout their marriage. He was an actor, and Linda was a singer. They have six grandchildren. Linda still performs on stage periodically. She and her husband traveled to many places and enjoyed the different cultures. After dabbling in hobbies of jewelry making, dried flower arrangements, and music, Linda is now enjoying writing.