Imogene’s estranged mother, Mama Jewell, has begun to show signs of senility, and Imo decides it is her duty to take her in even though the old woman’s temperamental nature stirs up long-buried memories. When Imo’s foster daughter delivers a surprise newborn, Imo feels the squeeze of being in the middle of two very demanding generations. Life isn’t always easy for Imo and her household, but they have only to look as far as the backyard vegetable garden to be reminded that all things change with the seasons.
“Hilarious, poignant . . . I look forward to the next installment of Imo’s search for love.” – Ann B. Ross, author of Miss Julia Throws a Wedding.
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