"Take my baby."
Hillary can't believe the words her best friend Margot just uttered. Deeply committed to her devoutly childless marriage, Hillary doesn't know the first thing about infants – and has zero interest in learning. But Margot's post-partum depression has reached a dangerous peak. With the baby a sperm donor production and Margot's mother Jean suffering from Parkinson's, there's no one else. And for reasons nobody knows, Hillary owes both Margot and Jean.
Suddenly, Hillary is forced to bring the baby from Manhattan to San Francisco, where she works as general contractor for the city's hottest restoration company. Right away, the baby's arrival exposes hairline cracks in Hillary's marriage to Jesse and stirs up latent resentment towards her parents, who'd been too overcome with grief to ever parent her properly. Before long, Hillary finds herself doing all kinds of things she vowed never to do, including things with her handsome and mysterious neighbor Abe. And then the question arises: should this arrangement become permanent?
Fans of women's fiction will be drawn to the fresh premise of HEADS OR TAILS, a story that explores themes of friendship and loyalty and what happens when your core identity is challenged. Perfect for book clubs, the story concludes with questions for discussion.
The gripping second novel from the author of Cheer: A Novel, HEADS OR TAILS will stay with you long after you've read the final page.