In this unique romance set in Edwardian England, a 63-year-old titled spinster and an aging commoner reunite after a separation of 36 years. Lady Henrietta Stafford chose family duty over romance when her brother and his wife succumbed to illness, leaving their two young daughters to be cared for. Now that those girls are happily married and settled, Henrietta finds it?s time to leave London and retire to the family home to read, enjoy her garden, and do a bit of traveling. Monty Newland, son of the village cobbler, has followed in his father?s footsteps and is a well-loved resident. As a youth, he fell in love with Henrietta and dreamed of their life together even though he knew they were from different classes. But Henrietta abandoned him as well as their dream. Thirty-six years later Henrietta walks into Monty?s shop and mistakes him for his father. Their reunion is slow as this story of second chances, mature love and devotion unfold. Will they finally find the happiness that has so long eluded them?