River Glen was at the edge of nowhere -- a tiny, sleepy town nestled on the shores of the Potomac River. It was perfect for Dana Brantley, who, following a couple of rocky years, was looking for a peaceful place to start over. The townspeople had other ideas for the new librarian. They thought she was perfect for their most eligible bachelor, Nick Verone -- and Nick and his ten-year-old son, Tony, agreed. Intrigued by the mysterious woman, Nick is determined to find a way to cut through her prim and proper reserve. As he plies his considerable charm on Dana, what Nick discovers is a wounded and fragile soul. It will take more than his usual charm to convince Dana that in River Glen -- and with him -- she has found her edge of forever.