Imagine having a daughter then losing her to a genetic disease as a teenager then discovering the girl wasn’t your daughter after all due to a mix-up and switching at birth. This is the dilemma facing Marty Winslow as she learns more about the mix-up and where her biological daughter is.
When Marty gains custody, Andie is forced to leave the grandparents she loves to live with strangers who are her mother, two sisters, and a grandfather. This is the story of that new relationship and how it grows and evolves into a family. The Winslows own a drive-in theater, the Blue Moon, and Tuesday night is family night. By being involved at the drive-in concession stand on these and other nights, Andi begins to learn more about herself and the new family she has. Written from the viewpoints of both Marty and Andie, the reader will feel their pain, cry at the unfairness of life, laugh at their mishaps and rejoice in victory. A truly different kind of love story that will satisfy your heart.