From "the next major voice in Southern fiction" (Elin Hilderbrand) and the best-selling author of the Peachtree Bluff series comes an evocative tale of friendship between two vastly different women who bond under the most unexpected circumstances.
Diana Harrington's mother used to tell her that anyone with a name like hers would grow up to be a princess. As Diana wheels out of her now ex-boyfriend's driveway after he gambled away her savings, she begins to question the validity of that statement. And when Gray Howard, one of the regular customers at the pharmacy where Diana works, inadvertently gets her fired, Diana couldn't possibly feel further from royalty.
Getting Diana fired is not a karmic debt that Gray can handle, given that in the past year she has lost her mother, split with her husband, been forced to share custody of their son - and is in danger of losing half her company. In an effort to change her fate, Gray decides to help Diana get her life back on track. With Gray's kindness, Diana's tide begins to turn, but when the one that got away comes back, every secret from her past seems to resurface all at once. And, as Gray begins to blaze a new trail, she discovers, with Diana's help, that what she envisioned as her perfect life may not be what she wants at all.
Infused with her signature "warmth, wit, and wisdom" (Huffington Post), Kristy Woodson Harvey's latest is an unforgettable and moving reminder that plunging headfirst into the future always Feels Like Falling. But, in reality, that's when we're learning to fly.