Always the Moon Dana Michelle Braun
Fortieth birthdays have a nasty habit of self-reflection. The Brewer triplets are no strangers to regret. Neurologist April traded family for career. Sunday, a grandmother at 40, regrets getting knocked up in high school. Recovering from addiction and illness, Lily wishes she could change…everything. A will-intended birthday gift sends them careening back to 1988, a crucial time in their lives. Trapped in their 17-year-old bodies, with their adult minds and memories intact, the sisters can do things differently. With their knowledge and experience, they could have anything their hearts desire. But what if their heart’s desire is back in 2011?