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Always Yours, Bee
March 2, 2021
On a cold, rainy November day, Mia Hayes’ husband left for work on his Vespa. Mia would have normally driven him, but she was waiting on a phone call with an editor and didn’t have time.
She never saw that caring, loving version of her husband again.
The fallout from his accident—Mia’s guilt and her husband’s PTSD, memory loss, and depression—consumed their lives over the next year-and-a-half as her laid-back husband changed into an angry man with few memories of their past. Desperate to hold her fragile family together, Mia ignored her own unraveling.
Then, early one morning, she discovered an affair her husband began on the anniversary of his accident. Exhausted from trying to fix him, Mia sent her children to her parents and fled to Paris. As her husband worked to repair their marriage and gain back Mia’s trust, she fell deeper into depression and their reconciliation seemed impossible.
Through ups and downs, mental illness and bad decisions, Mia struggled with what it means to be a good wife and mother, whether saving her marriage was worth the pain, and understanding that healing is a personal journey.
Beauty fades. Marriages change. But best friends are forever.
Diana has the perfectly planned life: boy-girl twins attending Princeton and Brown; a wonderful marriage; and her own successful crisis PR agency. She never saw this coming.
Kristin’s emotional affair has left her adrift. With her daughter off at college, she’s not adjusting to her empty-nest life well. She wants to feel something again.
Writer and free-spirit Steph loves nothing more than to go-go-go. She doesn’t have room in her life for a partner, kids, or anything long-term. She’s tired of explaining herself.
Their lives couldn’t be more different, but they end up in the same place: needing each other to find their footing in a world that increasingly pushes them aside.