By Susan Wiggs
Michelle proposal she misplaced every little thing at seventeen. Her father, a Hollywood legend, had eventually summoned her to his Montana ranch. but if he realized of her affair with Sam, a employed hand, he had Sam fired and destroyed his relatives. Michelle, pregnant, fled to Seattle.
There, she is winning and safe--safe from love, secure from harm. yet her son is misplaced to her, a teenager at the verge of self-destruction, a boy who blames her for the absence of his father and grandfather. after which her father calls to inform her he's loss of life. He has just one likelihood to live--if she's going to donate a kidney to save lots of him. So she is going, resolved to save lots of her father, terrified to stand Sam, yet pushed via desperation to avoid wasting her son. to do this, she needs to face all of the secrets and techniques of the earlier and have the ability to heal the scars and love again.
Wiggs's delicate portrayal of oldsters and enthusiasts attempting to bond regardless of a less-than-perfect previous exemplifies the richness and realism this subject can lend a love story."
--- Publishers Weekly
"Realistic, attractive protagonists, secondary characters who're even more than caricatures, and a plot compelling in its simplicity are pluses for this well-written, engrossing novel, that can shock yet now not disappoint Wiggs's ancient fans."
--- Library magazine