A NovelPre-loaded Audiobook - 2016
The unforgettable story of a woman who has lost everything and sees no reason to go on until she meets a singular young boy who needs her as much as she needs him. #1 "New York Times" bestselling author Danielle Steel delivers one of the most deeply affecting novels of her celebrated career.
Ginny Carter and her husband, Mark, were a golden couple she, a rising on-air reporter, and he, the most popular anchorman in the business. They had it all: the gorgeous home in Beverly Hills, a marriage and life that were the envy of all, and a cherished, darling three-year-old son, Chris. But everything changed one fateful night, when Mark and Chris were killed in a car crash just two days before Christmas. Ginny survived the accident, though in her grief, she often wished she hadn t. After months of recovery, Ginny can t bear to return to her old life. Instead, she leaves her job, moves to New York and becomes a human rights worker in war-torn countries, caring for refugees, particularly women and children. Three years later, after an assignment in southwest Africa, she returns to New York City on December 22nd, the day before the anniversary of Mark s and Chris s deaths. Still overwhelmed with grief, she is startled to meet a remarkable boy named Blue. Homeless and bearing the scars of early suffering, Blue endears himself to Ginny, who becomes determined to help him find a happy, secure future. What she never expected was that their unlikely friendship would at last help to heal her own broken heart.