Now that she is almost thirty years old, Valentina stops for a moment to look at her life, and she does not like what she sees.
Her partner left her for someone else.
She doesn't have a job she likes.
Then comes a line that shakes her world:
A man died and left her a small bookstore in London.
Little by little, with patience and compassion, the life of her mother gradually unfolds before Valentina, and from among the souvenirs she left behind, the truth that Valentina has been searching for all her life becomes clear.
Now maybe she too can start again, anew.
Sarah Gio, author of the world bestseller "All the Flowers in Paris", returns in a touching book about a mother, a daughter, and a love that is never lost.