“It is never too late to be what you might have been.”
Widowed for two years and still adjusting to being alone in life, Mary Davis discovers a framed motto at an antique market that whispers hope for the future—if she can come to terms with the past. When news of the first man she ever loved surfaces, Mary writes him a letter and, in a rare act of independence, travels to Paris. Reunited with Jean-Marc David, Mary has just begun to rediscover the woman she might have been, when her daughter, Liz, also arrives in the City of Lights.
Liz Davis has achieved professional success, having been groomed by her father to inherit the family business. But her single-minded determination has done more than just widen the chasm between her and her mother. Now it threatens Liz’s engagement to Jeffrey Scott.
Will Mary and Liz find a way to mend their relationship, or will past secrets destroy everything they care about—including the chance for each to find love?