Synopses & Reviews
Sara Rebstock sees a man who resembles her late husband, Kyle. How could that be? He disappeared twenty years before and was declared legally dead. Later that same day, still upset, she phones her daughter, Emma, who says she is positive she saw her father that afternoon. This sighting takes Sara back to the series of events that followed her marriage to Kyle. She lost her parents, inherited the family brewery and, for awhile, acted as its president. Then, aware that Kyle was losing interest in her, she made him president. But he had no pride in the brewery's hundred-year-old heritage and used the brewery for his own selfish purposes. Making matters worse, Sara suspected he was more than professionally interested in Pamela, the recently-hired brewmaster. Sara's suspicions grew until she had to confront him. Furious, he stormed out of the house, never to be seen again. So the question becomes: who was the man Sara and Emma saw? How could it be Kyle? He's been presumed dead for years. And why would he return now? The answer brings them both full circle.