Ariel's mom, Mona, runs an animal sanctuary outside a small town in Kansas. Ariel hasn't been back home in years but after she learns of a barn fire at the sanctuary, she makes the trip back home to see if she can help. A story about the family baggage we keep close, letting go, and going home again. A good debut and a quick read.
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