The entire 29-part series plus a few extras are available as they appeared in the then-St. Petersburg Times.
Prologue: A tale of trust, betrayal and redemption.
Chapter 1: Jane learns of Mick’s illness.
Chapter 2: Jane realizes her life may be in danger.
Chapter 3: Jane struggles to protect her children.
Chapter 4: Jane wonders about her husband’s secret.
Chapter 5: Jane’s honeymoon ends quickly.
Chapter 6: Their young marriage offers such promise.
Chapter 7: Their lives are changed in Rio de Janeiro.
Chapter 8: Mick’s colleagues believe he is straight and faithful.
Chapter 9: At Carnaval time in Rio, sex is in the air.
Chapter 10: Brazil offers a distinctive form of gay culture.
Chapter 11: Jane struggles against Mick’s romantic indifference.
Chapter 12: A rumor spreads about Mick’s illness.
Chapter 13: Mick and Jane leave Brazil for Spain.
Chapter 14: Mick’s medical records are revealing.
Chapter 15: The children learn their father’s secret.
Chapter 16: Jane needs another AIDS test.
Chapter 17: Jane’s future is revealed in a dream.
Chapter 18: Jane finds refuge in St. Petersburg.
Chapter 19: Jane goes to work for a cancer and AIDS doctor.
Chapter 20: A new man enters Jane’s life.
Chapter 21: Jane shares her secret with John.
Chapter 22: Mick returns for Christmas.
Chapter 23: Mick finds a moment of peace.
Chapter 24: Jane fails to recognize a strange, old man.
Chapter 25: Jane’s aunt and uncle come to the rescue.
Chapter 26: After a long struggle, Mick takes his leave.
Chapter 27: Mick is remembered.
Chapter 28: Jane takes one final AIDS test.
Final chapter: Jane finds life after Mick.
Epilogue: Jane finds her strength.
Favorable letters to the editor.
Unfavorable letters to the editor.
Jane reflects on the impact of AIDS and the series on her life.