Charlie and Esther Moore have been married nearly fifty years when the contented life they’ve built together begins to crumble. Esther has been forgetful recently, but it’s rarely a problem until the day she puts her car in drive instead of reverse, flying off the end of the carport and into the backyard. Esther’s accident and declining health shatter their reverie, and the couple must come to terms with all the paths their lives have not taken if they ever hope to pull their marriage out of winter. As always, the quirky characters of Deepwater Cove will pop in and out of the story and delight readers. I've really been enjoying this series of books. Each on focuses on a different couple and their marriage problems, but shows how everyone around can help you (whether you want them to or not). In each book the couples have had problems that with some work they've been able to overcome. This book ends differently but still shows us that life still goes on.