The Tale of Maria LeConstoy
Retired Minister Daisy Aldero-Sanchez is blind but she is having unusual visions. Lately she is losing herself in images of a town and its people. They seem so real, so flawed and yet so delightful she wants to talk about them for hours, and what is even more odd, Daisy cannot decide if they are real, and if they are, are they part of the past or do they exist in the future?
Beaches, flirtation, a small village named Arcadia, a place that seems current with coffee-shops and pubs but has no cars and a Victorian feel, there lives a woman named Maria LeConstoy. She suffers from a bad case of agoraphobia and hasn't left the house in years but there's a cowboy named Mister Andrew Livingston who seems to know exactly what she needs and they both adore history.
But what Daisy doesn't know is her world is on the edge of catastrophe and these stories will bind her in a connection to the innate power of family memory, love and survival.