Holly and her husband Tom have just moved into their dream house in the country. Part of Holly's five-year-plan, the home is something they've looked forward to, almost in disbelief that it's real. While renovating the house, Holly comes across a strange glass orb, placing it in the backyard garden as decoration. The orb turns out to be a moondial that enables Holly to glimpse her future -- a future that shows Tom with their future child, grieving over Holly's death in childbirth.
The task of changing the future is incredibly overwhelming and Holly isn't even sure that she should mess with what could just be her fate. It's a crazy dilemma and one we have to watch Holly wrestle with throughout the story. She wants a child and wants to give her husband a child, but knowing what she knows about her own life, the decision is most definitely a difficult one.
A fantastical story of time travel, mixed with the realism of a wife wanting to stop the grief of her husband, yet give life to her beautiful daughter. An intriguing concept!
I'm the first stop on the tour for Yesterday's Sun. Check out tomorrow's post over at Luxury Reading.