Defeated, divorced, and obliged to leave London, Simon Whiston comes home to the English village to which he vowed he'd never return, and to the sister with whom he never got along. But his heart is not the only one in need of healing. As summer draws to a close, Simon discovers an unexpected kinship with his sister, inspires a new confidence in a boy who has been longing for a father, and kindles a romance with the most unlikely woman in the village.
Georges Philips' newest offering in the personal development and self-help field is, above all else, a very practical book on the process of changing direction. Its straightforward language and methodical, step-by-step approach makes the process easy to comprehend. From analyzing different situations involving change to going through the specific thinking and action steps needed in order to change direction, every detail and each step is clear and powerful.