Eleanor Murray spends most days working away at her desk, wishing she could turn back the hands of time to make things right. An unfortunate accident that has left her dear sister Eve paralyzed casts a dark shadow over her life. To make matters worse, she harbors feelings for her sister’s husband Glen which causes her much angst and guilt. Unable to find the courage to move forward, Eleanor punishes herself for the foolish choices she has made. Oftentimes she is lost in memory of simpler years when her father was still alive and the sound of her sister’s laughter made her feel whole.
When Eleanor’s dashing boss Finn Beaufain hires her as a part-time companion for his elderly aunt Helena, Eleanor’s life slowly begins to change. Despite Eleanor’s initial resistance concerning this new arrangement, she soon finds herself besotted with the feisty old matriarch. Over time, their mutual love for classical music brings the two women together empowering both grief-stricken souls to face their own demons. When the life of a loved one is put in jeopardy, Ellie and Helena are forced to come to terms with the past in order to embrace their futures.
In her latest release, White takes the reader along an emotional journey from present day Edisto Island to war-torn Hungary. Her descriptive prose and attention to detail captures the reader’s attention as the narrative comes to life. Weaved into the story are snippets of history written with heartfelt passion. As her readers have come to expect, White magically depicts a fictional world filed with tender love, profound loss, and the hope of redemption. Look no further. The Time Between is this summer’s shining gem of literary bliss.