The eleven stories in Keepers are juicy and revelatory, even shocking. With insight and humor, Barbara Rollin takes a fresh look at the great puzzlement of what attracts particular men and women to each another. But unlike other books that explore this subject, Keepers is written from the perspective of the 50-year-old generation, those of us who have married and divorced, married and divorced, yet are still hopeful of finding the "right" relationship. Top literary agents have called the writing "marvelous, skillful, intelligent and honest." They've praised the author for her "originality and considerable promise," "very definite voice, keen ability to observe, and gift for storytelling." One agent went as far as saying that she found the writing "remarkable."