"...how can the presence of one unremarkable American girl make any difference whatsoever?" So thinks Henry, one of the protagonists in Joanna Trollope's newest novel. It's a question destined to reverberate as "famous last words."
Henry is a London wildlife and landscape photographer living with Tilly, an editor at a monthly women's newspaper. After many years of working and almost eight years with Henry, Tilly is ready to get married. Henry isn't, but he can't quite bring himself to say so. To assuage Tilly's growing sense of isolation, Henry allows an America