Borrowed: A Story of Stolen Time


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When Amy Taylor moves with her family from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to small town McKinney, Texas in 1958, it's a big change for the eleven-year old girl. But right off the bat, a boy in her class, KC Sims, befriends her — whether she wants it or not. An intense, mystical bond develops between these precocious, independent, but lonely youngsters, as they share their hopes and dreams until they are suddenly separated, but not before their fondness for each other matures, as they would discover years later, to an unforgettable and unending love.
In 2001, Amy reflects back on her time with KC after she unearths a disturbing revelation with threads that weave from World War II France through the magical year in McKinney and into a murky future. Overcome by guilt and love, she searches for KC to explain her discovery. After a bittersweet reunion, the adult Amy and KC, once more drawn to each other through the complex web of their pasts, try to reconcile their past, present, and future, while desperately attempting to maintain their relationship, their marriages, and their families.
Amy and KC’s spouses and families become friends, unaware of the true extent of the bond between KC and Amy. The two families travel to Europe together to fulfill KC’s father’s long-time wish for reparation of past deeds. Eventually, KC’s love for Amy and his hidden past collide, revealing his final demon in the midst of terror, tragedy and triumph.

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