Clendenin Hughes was supposed to be Dabney’s one true love, but his dreams of exploring the world outside their Nantucket home compelled Dabney to let him go. Now over twenty years later, he's back, but Dabney has moved on with her life. She’s married, running the chamber of commerce, and seemingly happy with her days. What does his presence mean? Will she respond to his repeated attempts to meet up? And what about their daughter, Agnes, whom he never met? Will he now want to be a part of her life?
Elin Hilderbrand has written an emotionally stirring story that is hard to put down. Fans of Jodi Picoult or Mary Kay Andrews should give this one a try.
--Patti, Reference Librarian