Meghan is caught between the past and the present. Part of her lives in Arizona, part of her feels at ease in New Hampshire. When she returns to the lake of her childhood, she is alone. Both her parents are dead and she is widowed. But soon she does not feel alone. The community of Pawtuckaway Lake embraces her as they did Jack MacNamara, her father. She revisits much of what she left behind: work, love, places and old feelings. Does she continue to dig into her family story even if there seems to be pieces missing? As questions arrive concerning the unresolved disappearance of her grandfather, Wil MacNamara, Meghan must face some new truths. Those around her wonder if she had dug too deeply. Perhaps, some things should not be revealed.While Meghan unravels and cleans, her heart is also at a crossroad. She left someone back there on the lake years earlier. They are clearly still interested in her. And there is someone she never really noticed before. He too arrives on the scene. Will this time on the lake force Meghan to choose? As the story unfolds, Meghan enjoys the local community of Hampton Hills. She attends holiday festivities and plans Thanksgiving. She bakes for Halloween and puts out pumpkins. She looks forward to visits from her grandchildren. All the time learning about the past.The book moves between past and present. It reveals struggles and victories. As a community invites Meghan to become a part of their life, she is drawn back to a love she feels she left behind. Neighbors care and try to help. But she must follow her own heart. There is a bit of magic in the air and unforeseen forces. Past and present impact the present . The reader has to wonder if the past will win out. How will Meghan's search for the truth lead her to face some truths of her own?
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