With newfound happiness, Seamus Balsam and Summer Knight return from the South Pacific islands of Bora Bora and Tahiti where they had been vacationing. Back in Maine, they can’t seem to get enough of each other. There are sex-filled nights, and days flow with passion. Their happiness, however, is short-lived, when Summer is offered a position at the university, leaving Seamus annoyed because he has taken a year off so that they could spend time with each other. Removing the painting of his father from its position of prominence sends the household into a tailspin. Its removal brings many questions to the surface, forcing Seamus to face the realities of his life. Their feisty Irish housekeeper, Mrs. O’Reilly, reveals a secret which has long tortured Seamus. This revelation, which Summer had long ago suspected, pushes him into making some very important life decisions, some of which bring happiness and others which leave him frustrated.
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