Synopses & Reviews
From the USA Today bestselling author of the Brennan Sisters novels comes a heartwarming story about finding love and strength, even in the darkest momentsand#133;
In the wake of a tragedy that tore her life down to the foundations, Dr. Alison McAdams has lost her way. So when sheand#8217;s summoned to Napa to care for her ailing father, sheand#8217;s not sure she has anything to offer himand#151;or anyone else.
What Ali finds in Northern California wine country is a giftand#151;an opportunity to rest, and distance from her painful memories. Most unexpectedly, she finds people who arenand#8217;t afraid of her grief or desperate for her to hurry up and move on.
As Ali becomes part of her fatherand#8217;s community, makes new friends of her own, and hears the stories of a generation who survived the Second World War, she begins to find hope again. In a quest to discover the truth about another womanand#8217;s lost love, she sets off on a journey across oceans and deep into history. And in making sense of that long-ago tragedy, Ali is able to put together the broken pieces of her heart and make new choices that are right for her.
Is it possible to leave it all behind?
The firstborn of a large Irish-American family, Meg Brennan Roberts is a successful publicist, faithful wife, and doting mother who prides herself on always making the right decisions. But years of being “the good woman” have taken a toll and though her winery career thrives, Meg feels burned out and empty, and more disconnected than ever from her increasingly distant husband. Lonely and disheartened, she attends the London Wine Fair with her boss, ruggedly handsome vintner, Chad Hallahan. It’s here, alone together in an exotic city, far from “real” life, that Chad confesses his long-standing desire for Meg.
Overwhelmed, flattered, and desperately confused, Meg returns home, only to suddenly question every choice she’s ever made, especially that of her marriage. For Meg, something’s got to give, and for once in her life she flees her responsibilities—but with consequences as reckless and irreversible as they are liberating. Now she must decide whether being the person everyone needs is worth losing the woman she was meant to be.
Is it possible to love someone too much?
Always considered the beauty of the family, the youngest Brennan sister, Sarah, remains deeply in love with her husband of ten years. Boone Walker, a professional baseball player, travels almost year-round while Sarah stays home and cares for their two children. Her love for her husband is bottomlessso much so that her sisters say it will end up hurting her.
Living apart most of the time makes life difficult, especially since Sarah often wonders whether Boone is sharing his bed with other women on the road, even though he swears hes been true to her since his infidelity three years ago. While she wants to be happy and move forward in her life, Sarah constantly fears that Boone will break his promise. Now with Boone facing yet another career change, tension rises between the two, adding more stress to an already turbulent marriage. Emotionally exhausted, Sarah cant cope with yet another storm. Now, she must either break free from the past and forgive Boone completely, or leave him behind and start anew . . .
About the Author
is the USA Today
bestselling author of The Good Wife
, The Good Daughter
, The Good Woman
, Sheand#8217;s Gone Country
, Mrs. Perfect
, Flirting with Forty
(basis for the Lifetime movie), and several other novels. There are more than twelve million copies of her books in print. Jane lives in Southern California.and#160;