Leaning Into the Curves by Nancy Anderson and Carroll H. Morris

Title: Leaning Into the Curves

Author: Nancy Anderson and Carroll H. Morris

Publisher: Deseret Book

Release Date: April, 2010


Size: 257 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: General, Womens

Leaning into the Curves offers a delightful view of a little-known group of faithful Latter-day Saints. Full of appealing characters and unexpected turns, it gives a new twist to what life can be like after “a certain age”!

Molly is happy with her life the way it is, but everything changes when her husband, Hank, retires. When Hank brings home a Gold Wing motorcycle and joins the Temple Riders Association, a “Mormon motorcycle gang” that combines road trips with temple work, things go from bad to worse. Faced with the prospect of being left behind as Hank hits the road with his new group of friends, Molly starts making some changes of her own.

A funny, often poignant, look at the challenges of reinventing life after sixty, from the co-authors of the popular series The Company of Good Women.

(The Temple Riders were featured in an October 2009 Footsteps of Faith documentary.)

One thought on “Leaning Into the Curves by Nancy Anderson and Carroll H. Morris”

  1. Sounds like something fun. Definitely lots of emotion as the story goes about wondering how it will all work out.

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