How do you cope with a new life and new future at the age of sixty-five, when everything you’ve been planning is swept from under you?

When Rosie Jackson’s husband, Mike, dies she misses him terribly; even though he wasn’t the love of her life. She feels lonely in her grief, despite being close to her two grown-up daughters. In the months that follow Mike’s death, with time away from her beloved florist business, Rosie has space to think about the past and what might have been. She remembers a summer with first love Peter, as one of the happiest times of her life, but her memories are bittersweet.

A chance encounter with Peter forty-seven years later leaves them both wondering ‘what if’ and whether it’s never too late for a second chance at love…