They met in college, three young women with unstoppable dreams--until one tragic event pulled them in separate directions. Nineteen years later they each find themselves living back in Laurel Ridge, North Carolina, and covering their deeply held pain with genteel social behavior. Annette is widowed and running a coffee shop. Ruby is married to a minister and raising three children. Lara is divorced and managing a women's boutique. When their long-held secrets surface, how will they hold the fragile pieces of their lives together? Are the stains of the past too deeply imbedded for true forgiveness to occur?
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