Luckily love can happen to any of us, at any time. And often, at any age, we fall in love with someone whom family, friends, colleagues, even our children, think entirely wrong. And that's what happened to Sara Davidson with Zack.
Author of 'Loose Change', a seminal account of life in the sixties and of coming into one's own, and now co-producer of the television series 'Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman', Sara Davidson is a successful woman. She is divorced, a mother of two, almost fifty, and content with her civilised life, until she meets Zack, a cowboy, who barely completed school, and lives in a trailer in the desert.
But Sara feels loved as she never has before. And through Zack's very different attitude to life, to love, Sara can accept, perhaps for the first time, that receiving someone's love can help us to love ourselves. So should she give up such an unsuitable love?