Peter Aloysha Aarons has done a lot of things in the twenty-six years since we first met him. He has finished his doctorate. He has won an Emmy. He has made made movies and played concerts world-wide. He has made peace with his father. He's been married — and divorced. What he's never been, is in love. That is about to change, causing him to question his own morals, his assumptions about himself, his perceptions of God, of miracles great and small, and utterlydestroying his well-ordered and much cherished routine. Is she worth it? Is the love of this quirky, married female author worth losing the love and respect of his father? How much is he actually willing to give up to be with her, and will she actually have him, and what is the terrible secret she's hiding?