Between her three young children and her meddling mother-in-law, Carly Richards has been running on fumes. She feels guilty that she's not entirely happy, even though she loves her family. Her guilt is amplified when she compares herself to other mothers, specifically all four of her sisters-in-law. Carly and her husband struggle to communicate their needs and emotions, so misunderstandings and arguments have become the norm.
Boston Mansfield is overwhelmed with conflicting emotions as he navigates his mother's illness and his impending fatherhood. He's always been a team player, but now he feels muscled out of the family business by his privileged cousin Ryder. A new career opportunity in publishing could give him the chance to prove his value, not necessarily to his family, but to himself.
"Navigating Parenthood, Relationships, and Careers" is a tale of two people tied together by the one and only, Lindsey Bennett. Through her unwavering positivity and unwavering support, Lindsey is a beacon of hope for Carly and Boston as they navigate their respective journeys to figure out what comes next. This novel teaches readers that in an overwhelming and confusing world, you can learn to trust yourself.