An engaging tale of insecurities and doubt, inner wisdom and courage.
Aviva Heyman, powerhouse speech therapist and balabusta extraordinaire, opens the therapy center of her dreams and the challenges never stop—disgruntled clients, sticky lawsuits, and flaky employees—not to mention Aviva’s own medical crisis. Will Aviva survive the stress while keeping her perfect image intact?
Quiet, dependable Suri Taub leaves her humdrum Board of Ed job to join a new business venture. She encounters a slew of problems—including the big-name client threatening to sue the clinic and close it down.
Since marrying into the prominent Jeren family, Yael has been part of her community’s elite, yet she feels inferior and unfulfilled. Yael’s drastic decision unwittingly hurts those closest to her, yet leaves her strangely satisfied.
In It's a Learning Curve, popular Mishpacha writer Gila Arnold weaves an engaging tale of insecurities and doubt, of inner wisdom and courage. This engrossing story will keep you riveted as Aviva, Suri, and Yael tackle life’s learning curves.