Sarah Macmillan is passionate about family connections and prioritizes that role within her life. But she can’t quite hold on to supporting her loved ones simultaneously without feeling the loss of someone falling away and bitterness taking the place of love. The heartbreak she endures trying to be a caregiver alone forces her to question who her family is and where her legacy lies. This beautifully written novel is relatable and communicates the unspoken words that often rob us of having richer experiences with others. It’s told from three perspectives and is a collection of speaking about the grief, love, loss, longing, and misunderstandings that can pull people apart and allow forgiveness. I highly recommend both this novel and this author.