Protagonist, Mary Lynn Sharp, aka Mollie, of Mollie's Follies is traveling the USA alone. She's on the run after a bitter childhood and family abandonment, motoring from coast-to-coast and back again, repeatedly returning to Phoenix, Arizona. Mollie is dealing with difficult biological family members who've tracked her down in various locations. Mollie is a head-turning kind of gorgeous. She's tall. She's thin. Both her facial cheeks have dimples the size of nickles. And through-out her highway ramblings she's facing huge roadblocks. AA Meetings, automobile accidents, lost love, serial marriage, serious surgeries, and suicide attempts create a dysfunctional existence, driving pretty Mollie to her knees in prayer. What happens next will surprise even the most avid reader.
About The Author
Bonnie Mill Lemke is a retired office manager married 37 years to William Gregory Lemke, a retired geologist. We reside in the countryside, twenty miles southeast of Buffalo, NY and we've lived in Western New York our entire lives. Twice a year, accompanied by dogs Taffy a Goldendoodle and Daisy a Corgi go RV'ing around the States in our Winnebago Vista. I'm a first-time author; I have, however, authored 345 poems on the Boomer Women Speak website, in its Women Writers thread, under the "What Say You" topic. Hubby and I love the sport of geocaching.