Lindsay is 40 and single when tragedy strikes. Diagnosed with stage 4, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma cancer, her instinct is to right the wrongs in her life. Her unfortuante childhood with an alcoholic, verbally abusive mother drove her to break free in desperation at the age of 17. While working at a hotel along the beach on the East Coast, she met Harris Manning. He took her breath away and she gave herself to him in love.
Harris' life was already planned out for him. His wealthy parents had urged him to marry the daughter of good friends, someone Harris had known his whole life. Falling for Lindsay had been a dream. His parents convinced him the love affair was a summer fling. However, compelled to wed the woman his parents chose for him, he'd left her to endure a shaky marriage.
Though Harris never knew it, Lindsay found herself pregnant when he left her with no way to care for identical triplets on her own. When the triplets were five months old, she reconnected with an Amish couple--Katie and Roman Yoder--who were unable to have children. The Yoders adopted Amy and Jenna while Lindsay kept Phoebe. She couldn't bear to give all three babies away. In the years that followed, Katie worked hard to keep Lindsay away from her adopted daughters.
After Harris learns his ex-wife intercepted Lindsay's calls years ago to tell him she was pregnant, he rushes to her side, thrilled to discover he's a father. But life rarely gives fairytale endings. Revealing the truth may prove more devastating than the hurdles that came before...and all that will surely come after for a woman fighting for her life.