At 35, Mika Suzuki is struggling. She's been fired (again). Her last relationship went up in flames. And now, she's had a phone call from sixteen-year-old Penny Calvin, the baby she reluctantly placed for adoption when she was just a teenager herself. Mika is desperate to meet her. But she barely feels like she can take care of herself. Is she ready to show Penny who her mother really is? A laugh-out-loud funny, and utterly heart-warming novel about motherhood, daughterhood, and identity.