When Lily Ford returns to her lakeside hometown of Hideaway Bay for her grandmother's funeral, the reunion with her estranged sisters is anything but easy as old wounds surface quickly. Recently widowed and still reeling from the secrets her late husband left behind, Lily finds herself at a crossroad, questioning everything about herself and the people she thought she knew.
Hideaway Bay was the childhood summer playground and eventual home of her late grandmother, Junie, and her best friends. Lily's heart is tugged by the strings of memories, having spent so much of her own childhood along the beaches there with family and friends. Having believed for years that she was content with the fragile peace she'd made with the past, Lily is as surprised as any when she begins to question whether she wants to return to her life in California. Maybe you can go home again.