Paige Clark is a good daughter: a choice made early in her life out of her love for her adoptive parents.
Yet, being a good daughter carries with it the seeds of silent discontent, seeds that burst into life when she learns that her birth mother is still alive; that she has a sister and a niece, people unknown to her.
As she begins her search for her family, only Tony Phillips, an old love, knows what this means to her. But Tony’s ability to help her is hampered by his commitment to a family of his own.
Three years after Susan Martin’s husband passes away her children begin telling her she needs to get a life, to find herself. She didn’t know she was lost. And she has a life with her children and her friends.On the day her grandson is born, she decides to turn her husband’s office into a play room. In doing so, she finds letters he wrote to her, sharing his memories of their life together …