After weathering the divorce scandal and relocating her beloved house, Stone's Throw, farther down the St. Mary's River, Abby begins rebuilding her business and her life with the help of her close friend and lawyer, Andy Thorpe. While trying not to blame herself for the estrangement of Liddy, Abby must make a decision that will change the life of Andy, Liddy, and, most importantly, herself.
A poignant story of tragedy and redemption, life for Abby is a bittersweet mixture of big-city work and her delight in the down country life of Chesapeake Bay.
Author and journalist Faith Reyher Jackson has written two other books, short stories, numerous articles on children and gardening, was Book Editor for the Miami Herald, Lead Reviewer for The Potomac Review, and was also nominated twice for the Pushcart Prize. She has had a dancing career and was Headmistress of The Academy of The Washington Ballet for 16 years. Ms. Jackson has three sons and five grandchildren and lives in Collington, a small community halfway between Annapolis and Washington, D.C.