Single mother, Ruth Barnes, has devoted most of her adult life to caring for her son who struggles with addiction. She is empty inside from the sorrows she’s faced and the realization that there is nothing left she can do for him now that he is twenty-one. When a charming, good looking, honest, and most of all clean and sober man, enters her life, will she be able to let go of her parental responsibilities to make room in her heart for a good man?
Craig Reid has failed at everything in life including marriage and children due to alcoholism. Now, ten years sober, he awakens to a drama-free, simplistic existence where he avoids anything that could thwart his sobriety, including a romantic relationship. When a beautiful woman-a muse-inspires him to paint for the first time in years, he finds himself questioning all his self-imposed rules.
Will their budding affection blossom into true love, or will the truth of addiction fester causing them both to lose hope?