Called to the bedside of their dying mother, three sisters reluctanly return to their childhood home in northern Minnesota. What should be a reunion of love and warmth is tainted by the ghosts of their childhood; their parents' farm is a place of painful memories.W
ith their mother slipping into a coma, the sisters are left with the troubles of their current lives and the bitterness of their childhood. But as they begin to reconnect, bond, and see themselves through each other's eyes,together they tread through the wreckage of the past to create lives filled with hope, love, and triumph.
About the author
Born and raised in northern Minnesota, Terri Ann Leidich began writing at the age of 16 at the encouragement of her high school English teacher. She has been writing ever since. She is the author of two published nonfiction books: From a Grieving Mother's Heart and For a Grieving Heart. Family Inheritance is her debut novel.