Ally cant stay still for long. Shes spent her life loving a man she can never be with, and flying all over the world as a stewardess. After she witnesses Vesey's wife heavy with child Ally flies to Nepal for enlightenment were her baby daughter is stolen from her. Ally returns to the States devastated and with a restlessness that nothing can cure. Now an old woman Ally must return to her child hood home were she has inherited her recently deceased fathers home. Now she must make peace with her past and her life long love who lives just across Molasses Creek.
This book is similar to reading a diary. There are many flashbacks to events that had taken place. Although the story is told mainly from Ally's point of view there are chapters told in another characters perspective. When I started reading this book I expected it to be a middle-aged woman coming home and finally being with her life long love. I was completely mistaken but not at all disappointed. This book held me captivated until the very last page. I would recommend this book to any woman who has known deep love or deep personal loss.
I received a complimentary copy of this book for review from BookSneeze.