In the summer of 1946, war-widow Janet Lewis is emotionally and financially spent from mourning the loss of her husband and struggling to raise her three children alone. She travels to Fort Jackson in South Carolina to visit old friends and becomes reacquainted with Major Paul Adams, an officer who once served with her husband.
Unbeknownst to Janet, Paul harbored a crush on her for years. When he sees her again, the old feelings rekindle, but Paul has foregone marriage and family in order to devote his life to the Army. At age 35, he wonders if he's ready to marry her and take on the role of father to her three young children.
As Janet finds herself growing more attracted to Paul, she still can't let go of the memories of her husband and the life they shared.
This report prepared by L.K. Campbell