by Eleanor Brown
Rosalind, Bianca, and Cordelia are sisters. They are the offspring, of course, of an English professor. Shakespeare has always been a part of their lives. The three sisters have taken very different paths in life and are reunited when their mother is diagnosed with cancer.
Bianca, the fashionable sister, returns to her small hometown in shame. Cordy, a wanderer of sorts, also returns home in less than favorable circumstances. And Rosalind, who never really left, has her own issues with which to deal.
The three sisters will come together as they never have, and they will learn the importance of family and the support of one's sisters.