This was Jackie Calhoun's second book and fits within the pattern she is known for. You have a central character, Amy, who has left her husband and children after twenty-four years of a rather mundane marriage to enter a lesbian relationship with a slightly younger woman, Deb. Amy's husband is confused, her children are angry, Deb isn't as faithful as she should be and Amy's business is failing while she tries to figure out how to make all of this work. There are a lot of secondary characters, gay and straight, who add to the plot and complicate it. There's plenty of conflict and humor and healthy dashes of romance. The question is, how will all of the questions be resolved at the end of the book? It's a pleasant read.
Used availability for Jackie Calhoun's Second Chance
July 1991 : USA Paperback