(From the publisher):
Lee Emery has never forgotten Simon, the boy who stole her heart when she was eighteen and traipsing through Europe with her globe-trotting, eccentric grandmother. But that was twenty-five years ago. Since then she has been contentedly married to the man whose wide shoulders and unwavering affection were never more than a room away. Though her three children are leaving the nest, she’s hunkering down in it—in the very house where she grew up, where her parents’ bird books fill the shelves, where her job at the local college is a mile from her front door. Where everything is familiar and safe.
Or so she once thought.
After publishing Mainely Marguerite, a memoir of her grandmother that describes Lee’s midsummer night’s madness of first love, all the moorings of hearth and home start to shake loose. Questioning all her comfortable assumptions, she acts on an impulse and sets off a chain of events that catapults her back to Europe and to the second chance she may not want—or dare—to take.
Perhaps she’s not the good Maine solid citizen she always imagined herself to be.
Perhaps she’s more like her grandmother than she had believed possible.
Original title: The End of an Error
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction