Life has taught Ally Brennan to stay on her guard--even in quiet
Langley-by-the-Sea. A resourceful single mom, she's content to play her
beloved viola for an audience of one, fiercely protective of the stable life she's
created for her young son. She gives no hint of secret fears, a musical career
abandoned, or the man she once loved who shadows their happiness.
When a burglary threatens Ally's peaceful existence, it thrusts her into an
unlikely friendship with her neighbor Rees Davies. As their families' lives
entwine, Ally and Rees resist the attraction between them, believing a future
together could not possibly work. Then a terrible accident draws her back to
the hometown she fled, forcing confrontations with those left behind. If she
hopes to reclaim the life she dreams of, Ally must make peace with what she's
sacrificed--and entrust dangerous secrets to those she's come to love.
Lyrical and layered, Her Memory of Music explores the burden of love and the
high stakes of vulnerability.