Ed and Kim experience unexpected consequences when they try to reunite their adopted daughter with her Native American heritage. The couple decides to take turns splitting their time between their Seattle condo and the second home they've built on the Montana prairie so Kaitlyn can get to know her birthplace. But their plan begins to show cracks as Ed discovers the difficulties of parenting solo, and Kim struggles to live alone in Seattle, far away and disconnected from her family. For Kaitlyn, however, the move brings surprising developments and new relationships in this humorous and heartfelt story of family, lineage, and loss.
Ed, Kim, and their adopted daughter Kaitlyn are rather bland character's; indeed the only one in the audio who displays much personality is Grant. The sleazy teacher who is continually having sex with underage girls. I had been on the fence about this audio and the sale convinced me to give it a chance. Okay, chalk it up as just another audio mistake.
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