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Three bestselling authors join talents in a multi-dimensional novel that illustrates the importance of love, family, and forgiveness. Three daughters, connected only through their relationship to Amos, a now elderly ex-musician struggling with Alzheimer's disease, find their lives intertwining as a car accident reunites them at Amos's bedsidebringing some long-buried issues to light. Cass has little self-worth after Amos left her as a child. It is only through her cake-decorating business and encouragement from her best friend that she begins to reconstruct her life, eventually realizing she has enough room in her heart to forgive him. Love-starved Toya doesn't want to emulate others' failed relationships. As she begins to strengthen her morals and stops seducing married menshe is surprised to discover that she shares some similarities with Amos. Tomiko is a beautiful but lonely woman. Despite having a successful career in writing, she attempts to keep aspects of herself and her past buried as a coping mechanism. However, new love reawakens her faith in both herself and men. As Cass, Toya, and Tomiko reconcile their feelings of abandonment, Amos reflects on his life and the decisions he made. And by revisiting their painful pasts, they all find ways to reconnect with each other and live with compassion.
J. D. Mason is the national bestselling and award-winning author of the novels Don't Want No Sugar, One Day I Saw a Black King, and And on the Eighth Day She Rested. Her short fiction appears in the Zane anthology Blackgentlemen.com. She lives with her family in Denver. ReShonda Tate Billingsley is the #1 national bestselling author of numerous faith-based novels for adults, as well as the Good Girlz Christian teen series. Her short fiction appears in the anthology Have a Little Faith. She is also the author of the nonfiction book Help! I've Turned Into My Mother. Bernice L. McFadden was born, raised, and currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. Published in the winter of 2000, her book Sugar is still in print and recently celebrated its tenth anniversary. She also writes racy, humorous fiction under the pseudonym, Geneva Holliday.