Jillian Whalley has lost a lot in recent years; she’s lost her parents to a drunk driver. She’s lost her brother and best friend to his career overseas, and she doesn’t know when she’ll see him again. She’s given up her position at Scotto, Whalley & Brown to panic attacks, unable to step foot inside her own office. If she’s following her mother’s philosophy, her Life Song is no longer playing; her music has gone away.
In life, we are often blessed with a host of friends who are like family and Jillian has those in abundance. They help her find her way back to her music and her Life Song. She also meets Reid Stewart, the actor she’s had a crush on since her teens. The attraction is instant, and he refuses to let her slip through his fingers. Reid offers her romance, desire and an all-consuming passion that she’s never known.
When life goes off the rails, sometimes it takes; crazy friends and family, a brand-new romance and some interesting clients to get you back where you belong, hearing your Life Song and realizing that your music is not gone.