Beth Bennett always knew she was adopted, but just before her thirteenth birthday, she discovered she had a father and brother in England. Always the people-pleaser, Beth divided her time between the two families.
After thirty years of juggling her time, the breakup of her marriage, and caring for her dying sister-in-law, as well as, her brother and his children, she's burnt-out and retreats to her home.
All she wants is quiet seclusion. When she reluctantly agrees accompany her brother to an event in NYC she discovers he's brought a date for her.
Beth's sworn off romance, no matter how perfect this man is, even though he's adamant about having a relationship. Andrew Oliver is no quitter and eventually worms his way into her heart.
When Beth admits her feelings, she finds herself on an emotional roller coaster -- remembering her past, living her present, and facing her future with a self-reliance she'd forgotten she possessed.