BJ, a talented college basketball player, lives and breathes the game. For BJ, life means nothing without hoops. Her mother—an abstract painter—doesn’t get it. Or at least she pretends she doesn’t. Everything changes when BJ accidentally discovers her dad, a man who’s been a shadowy presence throughout her life. As if that’s not enough of a surprise, she begins to suspect that two of her teammates, and her best friends, may actually be her half-sisters. As BJ struggles to keep her eye on the ball—literally—her life heads into overtime.
“Lucy Jane Bledsoe can tell a story. This tale of family sings with humor, insight, and love.”
―Susan Fox Rogers, My Reach and Another Wilderness