After eleven years on the anchor desk at Channel 4, Ashley Giraud is one of the most beloved figures in Tampa Bay. That's how she likes her love--distant and impersonal. Outwardly sociable with her coworkers and viewers, she can't wait to get back to her gated home and garden.
When her longtime stylist goes out of business, she follows a colleague's recommendation to Rhapsody, a small salon that serves as a hub for an eclectic group of lesbian friends. Despite Ashley's efforts to remain aloof, she soon trades her solitude for roller skates, swing dancing and the emotional ups and downs of new friends.
Never before has she felt so contented in the company of other women. Even so, there's always the whisper from the past. Would any of them, especially Julia Whitethorn, the charismatic, appealing owner of Rhapsody, care about her if they knew the terrible secret she's kept for twenty years?
Lambda Literary Award winner KG MacGregor spins a story about the power of secrets and the risks of love with her trademark wit and insight.