A chance meeting with a charismatic photographer will forever change Elizabeth’s life.
Until she met Richard, Elizabeth’s relationship with Georgia O’Keeffe and her little-known Hawaii paintings was purely academic. Now, it feels personal. When Richard reawakens an awareness in Elizabeth that’s haunted her since she was a child—the truth that cerebral knowledge will never be enough—Elizabeth takes a step she never imagined, and her life begins to unravel.
Elizabeth has always defined herself by her intellect. Now she wants more.
When a classical pianist’s now-or-never opportunity is threatened by a hereditary disease that’s making her fingers cramp and curl, her quest for a cure leads her back to the birth family she’s never been able to forgive—and the country-and-western sister she’s never known.
Susannah must come to the edge of silence before she can understand that music is a way of giving love, not a way of getting it.
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