Maddy Tyler is a sophisticated, independent career woman who owns a successful cutting edge art gallery in the city. When a crisis forces this quintessential urbanite to face her own mortality, she makes an impulsive purchase of a house in the country. Fraser O’Neill, a widower ten years Maddy’s senior, is a neighbor who offers his help as Maddy adapts to country life. An easy going, laconic man of simple tastes, Fraser is treated with condescending amusement by Maddy’s visiting city friends. They’re all quite certain there’s no chance Maddy could fall for this one…
But before long, Maddy finds herself in a comfortable weekend affair that she keeps safely out of sight of her sophisticated friends and that she will of course control. But life is never that simple and Maddy soon learns she has a lot to learn about life and that Fraser O’Neill is the one to teach her.
This fast-paced, intriguing story has a warmth and depth that will leave its mark long after it is finished.
“A wonderful contemporary story that women will find irresistible”. The Herald.
“If you loved Bridges of Madison County, you’ll love this”. You Magazine