About Hush by Kimberly Shursen
It has been forty-one years since the Supreme Court rendered a difficult decision. HUSH is the present-day journey into the lives of two successful people whose only mistake was to fall in love.
When pediatric nurse Ann Ferguson and lawyer Ben Grable fall in love and marry in Minneapolis, it seems a perfect union. Both adopted at birth, when Ann becomes pregnant, and when Ben opens his adoption papers, their perfect life together is torn apart, leading them to opposite sides of the courtroom.
Ann, raised by a minister and his wife, believes everything happens for a reason. Questioning if there is a higher-power, Ben feels everyone is responsible for their own choices, no matter how difficult or painful.
A passionate tale of the far-reaching bonds of family that surpasses time, distance, and conflict, HUSH also explores the powerful and sometimes deadly effects of supporting a cause.
And when the CEO of one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world learns of the silent protest “HUSH” that is making international news, threatening to cost
his company billions, there is no one connected to the Grable trial who is safe.