A novel of an unlikely college romance and the choices we face on the cusp of independence, by a New York Times–bestselling author.
Headstrong and beautiful Quinn Mallory meets Will Ingraham at college in the 1960s. Their personalities couldn’t be more different, but a true love blossoms between them that, they believe, will last forever.
But eventually, Quinn’s dreams of a career in the big city will collide with Will’s longing for a quiet life together in his Idaho home—leaving Quinn to choose between the life she wants and the man she loves, in this moving, poignant novel by an author who “has a gift for true and incisive dialogue” (Publishers Weekly).
“A novel full of fresh characters in a timeless setting . . . . A delightful book to read and reread.” —The Pittsburgh Press
“Her novels will inspire you with love, laughter and courage.” —Luanne Rice, author of The Secret Language of Sisters