Complete. Emily Cahill thinks her life is perfect or as perfect as she could ever imagine...she is married to the love of her life and they have two wonderful (beautiful) sons. All of that changed 'like that.' Now, she is a single mom and decides to move her boys back near her hometown. She finds support in her very large extended family as she tries to put the pieces of her life back together. When her son makes the Jr high soccer team she finds herself reconnecting with a long lost friend, which becomes a source of comfort while she learns to move on with the next chapter of her life.