Sometimes the only way forward . . .
They say you can't go home again, and truth be told, Eleanor Levine never planned to. Yet here she is, back in Ireland after a lifetime in New York, moving her treasured possessions -- including her mother's handwritten book of recipes for living -- into a cozy Dublin apartment. With its picturesque Georgian villas, redbrick houses, and central garden, the Golden Square is just large enough for anonymity. At least, that's what actress Megan Bouchier hopes, when a tabloid scandal sends her fleeing the paparazzi, back to the place she felt safest as a child.
. . . is the road that takes you home.
Rae, manager of the local café, has noticed the lovely, sad-eyed girl. There's little Rae doesn't notice, and every customer feels nourished by her food and her kindness, yet Rae's own secret remains hidden. Connie O'Callaghan -- with her fortieth birthday looming -- has a secure teaching job, an abundance of blessings . . . and a deep-seated loneliness only her new neighbor Eleanor understands. And as the lives of the four women intertwine, each in her own way is learning about love, letting go -- and that finding your way can lead to the last place you expected.