In this hardcover romance with the weightlessness of a paperback, Edwards spins a tale of love between a New York sculptor and an English graduate student. Beatrice, about to leave England to study in the U.S., is suddenly told by her English parents that her "real" father is an American her mother met at Woodstock in the sixties. In Brooklyn, Beatrice, still very upset about that news, meets Mal Cameron, a sculptor who knew her natural father's family. And, despite her attempts at propriety and desire to set an example for her mother, within weeks of her arrival Beatrice has traced her roots and fallen in love with the grieving, recently widowed Cameron. Facile, pleasant, contemporary romantic fiction.