And so Jane Taylor comes clean. In fact, the new, wiser and gentler Jane tries to legally adopt the baby she found abandoned in a basket on Christmas Eve, Emma -- who happens to be black. Amid rigorous interviews with Social Services, and trying to explain to the rest of the world (namely her mother) how Emma came about, Jane decides that giving Emma a strong cultural heritage is first up on her list of mommy duties. Never one to walk the straight path, Jane navigates motherhood (and racial identity) with aplomb -- much to the surprise of her friends and family.
Satirical, sassy and sometimes serious, Crossing the Line dares to delve into the unconventional world of familial and found relationships. Here, Jane crosses the line -- between singlehood and motherhood, between black and white, between what's expected and what's due....Continua