A life-affirming story, filed with laughter, love and hope. . .
When photographer Callie has life-changing news, she – and her whole family – learn that love is not just about word. It is about deeds. After all, love means being there, through everything.
'Everyone in Callie’s family is busy; her sister is a free-spirited Manhattan chef, her best friend Lila is coping with the vitriol of her new man’s ex-wife, and her parents, Walter and Honor, have rich though separate lives. But when Callie discovers the breast cancer she thought she’d beaten has returned, they all find that their lives shift to focus on caring for Callie. A beautifully written and intensely sad lesson in what it really means to love someone you know you’re going to lose’ Daily Telegraph