In Prissy Elrod's memoir, Far Outside the Ordinary, she tells of the year she fought to save her husband, Boone, from a terminal disease, and the two unlikely and unconventional aides, who moved in and became part of her once, ordinary family. Her long, awaited sequel, Chasing Ordinary, picks up a full year after Boone's death when Dale, her college sweetheart, appears back in her life and she learns he is still in love with her. But nothing's ever that simple. Through her attempts to build a new life for herself and fight through her trauma from Boone's last year, Chasing Ordinary tells a story of one chapter ending and another beginning, as well as second chances at love, at finding yourself, and the importance of not closing doors, but having the courage to step through them.