Phoebe is delightful, goodhearted and spontaneous, and Tate slowly opens up and falls hard. Bradford furnishes a fantastic story of burgeoning love and forgiveness for past sins.
An old letter could be the start of romance for artist and single mom Phoebe Jennings and reconciliation for architect Tate Williams. When a letter with a 40-year-old postmark arrives at her address, Phoebe tries to return it to its rightful owner. That's how she meets Tate and his load of family baggage. Tate is bowled over by the lovely Phoebe and charmed by her daughter -- but he's unwilling to make amends with his errant parent after a lifetime of neglect.