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Nikki Grey has epilepsy but worries more about friendship skirmishes than herself. When the neighborhood book club boots her, her fixation on friendship explodes.
Married to a workaholic and mothering three rebellious kids, she succumbs to smoking marijuana with peers and suffers her first grand mal seizure. She loses her driver’s license and becomes imprisoned in her home, staring out the window at the very women who have ostracized her.
Her true friends encourage her to concentrate on her health, but Nikki is her own nemesis. She embarks on a plan to win neighbors back but instead plummets into a series of mishaps. She can’t even ride a bus without calamity.
Her ache for friendship escalates.
Not until her two-timing husband asks her a question that catapults her frivolous suburban life into a tailspin, is she forced to stand on her own.
This is a mother’s story of friendship, love, laughter, and acceptance.