What do you do when "the other woman" in the life of the man you love is his wife, your cousin, hard to live up to -- and dead? Rosemary is, to say the least, a hard act to follow. But when Joanne is called upon to step in after her cousin's death and take care of her small son and, incidentally, his father, this is exactly the situation in which she finds herself. She loves Franco, Rosemary's husband -- and he loves her. Yet Rosemary still seems to come between them. How they resolve this dilemma, how they work through their grief at her death and finally find the courage to move on makes for a beautiful, tender, moving story. It brings a lump to your throat, tears to your eyes and, ultimately, joy to your heart. This is a wonderful, haunting book. Be sure to turn the last page and read the short epilogue. It's easy to miss.